A type of cancer that grows and spreads quickly. At diagnosis, children are usually younger than 1 year and may have fever, blood in the urine, and advanced cancer. This tumor type tends to spread to the lungs and the brain.
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eMedicine: Malignant Rhabdoid Tumor
Article by Jeffrey S Dome, MD about this aggressive pediatric tumor. Provides an introduction to disease, history, causes, imaging, procedures, staging, medication, and treatment options.
Intraventricular Rhabdoid Tumor
Unique clinical case of the tumor presenting in the brain. Includes report, images, and discussion. [PDF]
Malignant Rhabdoid Tumor
Description of disease, histology, differential diagnosis, prognosis, and treatments.
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