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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.9 Retroperitoneum and great vessels
Case 1.9.1 Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes and tumors


Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Retroperitoneal lymph nodes that biopsy proved to be metastases of a non seminomatous carcinoma mainly embryonal and choriocarcinoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
B cell lymphoma with enlarged mesenteric and retroperitoneal lymph nodes and splenomegaly in a patient with enlarged hyperechoic kidneys
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Retroperitoneal lymphe node metastases in a patient with bronchus carcinoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Retroperitoneal lymph node metastases of a prostate carcinoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Retroperitoneal lymphe node metastases of a lung carcinoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Malignant lymphoma with enlarged lymphe nodes retroperitoneal (around the aorta) and mesenteric (around the superior mesenteric artery)
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Hodgkin's disease with enlarged retroperitoneal and mesenteric lymphe nodes
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Malignant lymphoma with a hypoechoic vascularized mass around the aorta
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Mass around the aorta that biopsy proved to be a NHL (non Hodgkin's lymphoma)
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Large retroperitoneal mass impressing the kidney and encasing the aorta that proved to be a B cell lymphoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Malignant lymphoma with enlarged lymphe nodes retroperitoneal (around the aorta) and mesenteric (around the superior mesenteric artery)
Retroperitoneal tumors:
Neuroblastoma with a large tumor cranial to the right kidney
Retroperitoneal tumors:
Sclerosing liposarcoma or fibrous histiocytoma and vena cava thrombosis
Retroperitoneal tumors:
Liposarcoma (myxoid type) with a retroperitoneal mass
Retroperitoneal tumors:
Schwannoma with two retroperitoneal tumors
Retroperitoneal tumors:
Large retroperitoneal mass that biopsy proved to be an extragonadal germ cell tumor and not a malignant lymphoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Retroperitoneal lymph nodes that biopsy proved to be metastases of a non seminomatous carcinoma mainly embryonal and choriocarcinoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
B cell lymphoma with enlarged mesenteric and retroperitoneal lymph nodes and splenomegaly in a patient with enlarged hyperechoic kidneys
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Retroperitoneal lymphe node metastases in a patient with bronchus carcinoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Retroperitoneal lymph node metastases of a prostate carcinoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Retroperitoneal lymphe node metastases of a lung carcinoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Malignant lymphoma with enlarged lymphe nodes retroperitoneal (around the aorta) and mesenteric (around the superior mesenteric artery)
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Hodgkin's disease with enlarged retroperitoneal and mesenteric lymphe nodes
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Malignant lymphoma with a hypoechoic vascularized mass around the aorta
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Mass around the aorta that biopsy proved to be a NHL (non Hodgkin's lymphoma)
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Large retroperitoneal mass impressing the kidney and encasing the aorta that proved to be a B cell lymphoma
Retroperitoneal lymphe nodes:
Malignant lymphoma with enlarged lymphe nodes retroperitoneal (around the aorta) and mesenteric (around the superior mesenteric artery)
Retroperitoneal tumors:
Neuroblastoma with a large tumor cranial to the right kidney
Retroperitoneal tumors:
Sclerosing liposarcoma or fibrous histiocytoma and vena cava thrombosis
Retroperitoneal tumors:
Liposarcoma (myxoid type) with a retroperitoneal mass
Retroperitoneal tumors:
Schwannoma with two retroperitoneal tumors
Retroperitoneal tumors:
Large retroperitoneal mass that biopsy proved to be an extragonadal germ cell tumor and not a malignant lymphoma
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