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Recurrent Wilms’ Tumour

August 14, 2019 @ 5:39 PM
posted by Dr.Nadesh

A 4 year old Indonesian girl, who 2 years ago had undergone surgery to resect a left sided Wilms’ Tumour re- presented with a left sided abdominal mass.

A CT scan revealed a large tumour in front of the left kidney with the left kidney being normal in its shape and morphology.

Intra operatively the tumour was found to be closely adherent to the underlying renal vessels and the Abdominal aorta and separate from the kidney.

However the histopathology revealed that it was a recurrent Wilms’ tumour and the child is currently undergoing chemotherapy.