Background: Mediastinal dumbbell tumor occurs infrequently, 10% of posterior mediastinal tumourswill develop intodumbbell tumours.Complete tumorectomy is difficult and requires multi-disciplinary approach: neurosurgery and thoracic surgery.Clinical signs arescarce, diagnosis is mainly based on chest Computerised Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan. Clinical case: A43-year-old male patient was diagnosed with dumbbell tumoursonchest CT and MRI scan. We successfully removed the thoracic tumour by endoscopy in combination with paravertebralincision.
posterior mediastinaltumor, endoscope, dumbbell tumor,Neurogenic tumor,paravertebral
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