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A case of pelvic desmoid tumor in a 17-year-old girl is described. Laparotomy revealed a left retroperitoneal pelvic desmoid tumor. Nine months after excision of the tumor, edema of the left foot was noted. A recurrent tumor was removed together with the involved part of the left ureter. The patient has subsequently done well.
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