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Retroperitoneal Sarcoma

Sarcomas are very rare cancers. There are several different types of sarcoma and they start in many different parts of the body, such as muscle, bone and fat.

Due to the wide variety of sarcomas, they are dealt with by a range of different surgical specialists. As abdominal surgeons, we operate on patients with sarcomas in the abdomen and at the back of the abdomen - retroperitoneal sarcomas.

Operations for retroperitoneal sarcoma

Surgery is often recommended as the treatment for retroperitoneal sarcoma if there is no evidence that it has spread elsewhere in the body.

 

These tumours are often very large by the time they are diagnosed and so the operation to remove them is usually major surgery and may involve removing other organs such as kidney or bowel, which may be stuck to the sarcoma.

 

CONTACT US:

 

All four HPB consultant surgeons can be contacted as follows:

 

Derriford Hospital, Plymouth

PL6 8DH

01752 432071

 

Nuffield Hospital, Plymouth

PL6 8BG

01752 761812

 

Please contact us at the hospital where you are being treated. We shall do our best to answer your queries as quickly as possible.

 

Each patient is different.

 

We have tried to be as accurate as possible with the information in this website.

 

However, each patient is different, so some information may not apply to your specific circumstances.

 

 

 

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