Successful R0 resection in locally advanced retroperitoneal sarcomas: A Case Series
Peter R. Bael
Bayan F. Alqtishat
Khaled N. Al-Shawa
Deanship of Scientific Research/ Al-Quds University
Background: Retroperitoneal sarcomas are rare, aggressive tumors, most commonly, they are liposarcomas and leiomyosarcomas. Most of the time, these tumors present late with nonspecific symptoms, being locally advanced, and invading adjacent structures, making surgical management highly challenging. Retroperitoneal Sarcomas comprise a challenging and rare occurrence in surgical scenarios. Stemming from this, their management, though surgical, must be personalized while also averting recurrence. Thus, we present our highly variable and difficult cases that despite severe involvement did not recur.