Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) is a primitive pediatric malignant soft tissue 50% of pediatric soft tissue sarcomas) with slight male predominance (M/F, 1.3:1). RMS accounts for approximately 1% in adulthood tumors. When presenting in the head and neck area, the patient may present with a localized.
Further in adults, the typical pediatric rhabdomyosarcoma variants rhabdomyosarcoma arising from the buccal mucosa in a 36-year old male . chromosome region 11p15.5, which contains several imprinted genes such as IGF2, H19 and p57. Other features favouring the prognosis in the present case include localized.
Objective: Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) in adults is a rare malignancy. RMS arises from mesenchymal tissue and can occur at various sites in the body, but Fifteen patients (60%) were male and ten patients (40%) were females. Of the 25 patients, 22 patients had localized disease and 3 patients had.