|Other Titles:||A CASE OF MULTILOCULAR CYST OF THE KIDN|
|Authors:||田所, 茂 |
|Author's alias:||Tadokoro, Shigeru|
|Abstract:||A case of multilocular cyst is reported herein. The patient was a 46-year-old apparently healthy man. He had no pain and hypertention, and noticed no hematuria. A mass in the right hypochondrial lesion was found on physical examination at this office. DIP, retrograde pyelography angiography and CT examination made a preoperative diagnosis of multilocular cyst, and subsequently the right partial nephrectomy was carried out. Pathological view was not completely compatible with multilocular cyst, e. q. defect of epithelial lining at cyst wall and evidence of normal nephron tissue at the septa of cyst. However, the findings such as genetic relationship, clinical features and gross appearance were compatible with multilocular cyst.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol.24 No.11|
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