From the case: Wilms tumour

Axial C+ portal venous phase
Modality: CT (C+ portal venous phase)

- “ Young boy with a left sided Wilms tumour. The important finding which strongly points to the kidney as the site of origin of the mass is the so ca...”

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  • Neuroblastoma vs Wilms tumour - “ Both neuroblastoma and Wilms tumour occur in early childhood and typically present as large abdominal masses closely related to the kidneys. Disti...”
  • Claw sign (mass) - “ The claw sign is useful in determining whether a mass arises from a solid structure or is located adjacent to it and distorts the outline. It ref...”
  • Paediatric renal tumours and masses - “ Paediatric renal tumours and masses are another group of diseases (just like cystic renal diseases in both the adult and child) that are bewilderi...”

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