rhabdomyoma


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rhabdomyoma

 [rab″do-mi-o´mah]
a tumor containing striated muscle fibers.

rhab·do·my·o·ma

(rab'dō-mī-ō'mă),
A benign neoplasm derived from striated muscle, occurring in the heart in children, probably as a hamartomatous process.
[rhabdo- + G. mys, muscle, + -oma, tumor]

rhabdomyoma

/rhab·do·my·o·ma/ (-mi-o´mah) a benign tumor derived from striated muscle; the cardiac form is considered to be a hamartoma and is often associated with tuberous sclerosis.

rhabdomyoma

(răb′dō-mī-ō′mə)
n. pl. rhabdomyo·mas or rhabdomyo·mata (-mə-tə)
A tumor in striated muscle fibers.

rhabdomyoma

[rab′dōmī·ō′mə] pl. rhabdomyomas, rhabdomyomata
Etymology: Gk, rhabdos, rod, mys, muscle, oma
a tumor of striated muscle that may occur in the uterus, vagina, pharynx, tongue, or heart. Also called myoma striocellulare.

rhab·do·my·o·ma

(rab'dō-mī-ō'mă)
A benign neoplasm derived from striated muscle, occurring in the heart in children, probably as a hamartomatous process.
[rhabdo- + G. mys, muscle, + -oma, tumor]

rhab·do·my·o·ma

(rab'dō-mī-ō'mă)
A benign neoplasm derived from striated muscle.
[rhabdo- + G. mys, muscle, + -oma, tumor]

rhabdomyoma

a tumor containing striated muscle fibers.
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The soft tissues of the orbit, ear, and oral cavity are the most frequent sites of involvement, although adult-type rhabdomyomas are more common in the parapharyngeal and laryngeal spaces.
Fetus may have rhabdomyoma and/or intracranial tubers (4).
Echocardiogram is done as part of the baseline evaluation to screen for cardiac rhabdomyomas in patients suspected of having TSC.
Resection of ventricular rhabdomyomas in infants presenting with cardiac failure.
Cardiac Rhabdomyoma is a condition where there is a tumour in the heart chamber.
Keywords: rhabdomyoma, tuberous sclerosis, arrhythmia.
Rhabdomyoma is the most common cardiac tumor in the pediatric patient and commonly presents as multiple tumors that vary in size and appear as pale nodules.
This patient had used everolimus in the neonatal period because of cardiac rhabdomyoma.
Major Criteria Minor Criteria Facial angiofibromas or Multiple randomly distributed forehead plaque pits in dental enamel Ungual or periungual fibroma Hamartomatous rectal polyps (Non-traumatic) Bone cysts Hypomelanotic macules (>3) Cerebral white matter Shagreen patch (connective migration tracts tissue naevus) Gingival fibromas Cortical tuber Nonrenalhamartoma Subependymal nodule Retinal achromic patch Subependymal giant cell astrocytoma Confetti skin lesions Multiple retinal nodular hamartomas Multiple renal cysts Cardiac rhabdomyoma, single or multiple Nonrenal hamartomas Pulomary lymphangiomyomatosis Renal angiomyolipoma.
The differential diagnosis included leiomyoma, rhabdomyoma, lymphangioma, hemangioma, epidermoid cyst, lipoma, granular cell tumor, tumors of the salivary gland, and malignancy.
We report a case diagnosed antenatally with cardiac rhabdomyoma which was asymptomatic, isolated and mostly regressed within three months after birth.