Pelvic tumor

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A pelvic tumor is any one of numerous tumors that occur in the pelvis. Within the pelvis, these tumors may involve specific organs, or occupy intra-organ spaces. Tumors of the presacral space and sacral space are most prevalent in children. Tumors occupying specific organs have a more complex natural history.

Tumors occupying specific organs[edit]

Tumors occupying intra-organ spaces[edit]

Presacral space:

Sacral space (in approximate order of prevalence):

Complications[edit]