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Case 2.1.2 Benign renal tumors


Angiomyolipomas:
Angiomyolipoma with a marked hyperechoic renal mass. The mass contains fat on the CT scan
Angiomyolipomas:
Angiomyolipoma with a markedly hyperechoic tumor in the right kidney
Angiomyolipomas:
Angiomyolipoma with a markedly hyperechoic tumor in the right kidney
Angiomyolipomas:
Angiomyolipoma with a well defined hyperechoic renal mass
Angiomyolipomas:
Angiomyolipoma with a hyperechoic lesion in the left kidney
Angiomyolipomas:
Mass that remained unchanged over the years possibly an angiomyolipoma
Angiomyolipomas:
Exophytic angiomyolipoma with a hyperechoic intrarenal mass with extrarenal expansion
Angiomyolipomas:
Exophytic angiomyolipoma with a small peripheral located hyperechoic mass with extrarenal expansion
Angiomyolipomas:
Small exophytic angiomyolipoma with a hyperechoic fat containing mass
Angiomyolipomas:
Exophytic angiomyolipoma with a small peripheral located hyperechoic mass with extrarenal expansion
Angiomyolipomas:
Multiple angiomyolipomas with one large exophytic angiomyolipoma in the right kidney
Case of the month November 2007: Angiomyolipomas:
Wunderlich syndrome with a large inhomogeneous angiomyolipoma with perirenal hemorrhage
Angiomyolipomas:
Hemorrhage in an angiomyolipoma or Wunderlich syndrome
Angiomyolipomas:
Wunderlich syndrome with a hemorrhage in an angiomyolipoma
Angiomyolipomas:
Multiple angiomyolipomas in the left kidney
Angiomyolipomas:
Tuberous sclerosis with multiple small hyper echoic angiomyolipomas in both kidneys
Angiomyolipomas:
Tuberous sclerosis with multiple tiny angiomyolipomas and small cysts
Cystic nephroma:
Multilocular cystic nephroma with a mass composed of multiple non communicating cysts
Cystic nephroma:
Cystic nephroma with a cystic mass in the kidney. The mass remains unchanged over time and puncture does not show any signs of malignancy.
Cystic nephroma:
Multilocular cystic nephroma with a multilocular cystic mass in the renal hilum
Miscellaneous:
Benign renal mass probably an atypical Oncocytoma july 2003
Miscellaneous:
Mass at the upperpole of the right kidney that biopsy proved to be an oncocytoma
Miscellaneous:
Renal mass that biopsy proved to be an oncocytoma
Miscellaneous:
Oncocytoma with a 4,2 cm, slightly hyperechoic mass and a central scar
Miscellaneous:
Small homogeneous vascularized peripheral tumor that proved to be an oncocytoma
Miscellaneous:
Large tumor in the lowerpole of the kidney in a 28 year old female that biopsy proved to be a leiomyoma
Pitfalls:
Large retroperitoneal schwannoma impressing the kidney mimicking a renal tumor
Pitfalls:
Hypertrophied column of Bertin mimicking a renal mass
Pitfalls:
Dromedary hump of the left kidney that should not be mistaken for a tumor. The renal pyramids can be seen in the hump
Angiomyolipomas:
Angiomyolipoma with a marked hyperechoic renal mass. The mass contains fat on the CT scan
Angiomyolipomas:
Angiomyolipoma with a markedly hyperechoic tumor in the right kidney
Angiomyolipomas:
Angiomyolipoma with a markedly hyperechoic tumor in the right kidney
Angiomyolipomas:
Angiomyolipoma with a well defined hyperechoic renal mass
Angiomyolipomas:
Angiomyolipoma with a hyperechoic lesion in the left kidney
Angiomyolipomas:
Mass that remained unchanged over the years possibly an angiomyolipoma
Angiomyolipomas:
Exophytic angiomyolipoma with a hyperechoic intrarenal mass with extrarenal expansion
Angiomyolipomas:
Exophytic angiomyolipoma with a small peripheral located hyperechoic mass with extrarenal expansion
Angiomyolipomas:
Small exophytic angiomyolipoma with a hyperechoic fat containing mass
Angiomyolipomas:
Exophytic angiomyolipoma with a small peripheral located hyperechoic mass with extrarenal expansion
Angiomyolipomas:
Multiple angiomyolipomas with one large exophytic angiomyolipoma in the right kidney
Case of the month November 2007: Angiomyolipomas:
Wunderlich syndrome with a large inhomogeneous angiomyolipoma with perirenal hemorrhage
Angiomyolipomas:
Hemorrhage in an angiomyolipoma or Wunderlich syndrome
Angiomyolipomas:
Wunderlich syndrome with a hemorrhage in an angiomyolipoma
Angiomyolipomas:
Multiple angiomyolipomas in the left kidney
Angiomyolipomas:
Tuberous sclerosis with multiple small hyper echoic angiomyolipomas in both kidneys
Angiomyolipomas:
Tuberous sclerosis with multiple tiny angiomyolipomas and small cysts
Cystic nephroma:
Multilocular cystic nephroma with a mass composed of multiple non communicating cysts
Cystic nephroma:
Cystic nephroma with a cystic mass in the kidney. The mass remains unchanged over time and puncture does not show any signs of malignancy.
Cystic nephroma:
Multilocular cystic nephroma with a multilocular cystic mass in the renal hilum
Miscellaneous:
Benign renal mass probably an atypical Oncocytoma july 2003
Miscellaneous:
Mass at the upperpole of the right kidney that biopsy proved to be an oncocytoma
Miscellaneous:
Renal mass that biopsy proved to be an oncocytoma
Miscellaneous:
Oncocytoma with a 4,2 cm, slightly hyperechoic mass and a central scar
Miscellaneous:
Small homogeneous vascularized peripheral tumor that proved to be an oncocytoma
Miscellaneous:
Large tumor in the lowerpole of the kidney in a 28 year old female that biopsy proved to be a leiomyoma
Pitfalls:
Large retroperitoneal schwannoma impressing the kidney mimicking a renal tumor
Pitfalls:
Hypertrophied column of Bertin mimicking a renal mass
Pitfalls:
Dromedary hump of the left kidney that should not be mistaken for a tumor. The renal pyramids can be seen in the hump
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