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    A Complex Renal Cyst: It Is Time to Call the Oncologist?

    Antonio Granata, Antonio Basile, Giuseppe Alessandro Bruno, Alberto Saita, Mario Falsaperla, Michele Figuera, Maurizio Gallieni, Fulvio Floccari
    International journal of nephrology, 01 January 2011, Vol.2011 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: A Complex Renal Cyst: It Is Time to Call the Oncologist?
    Author: Antonio Granata; Antonio Basile; Giuseppe Alessandro Bruno; Alberto Saita; Mario Falsaperla; Michele Figuera; Maurizio Gallieni; Fulvio Floccari
    Subject: Medicine
    Description: Introduction. Hydatid disease is a cyclozoonotic parasitic infestation caused by the cestode Echinococcus granulosus. The cysts mainly arise in the liver (50 to 70%) or lung (20 to 30%), but any other organ can be involved, in abdominal and pelvic locations, as well as in other less common sites, which may make both diagnosis and treatment more complex. Isolated renal involvement is extremely rare. Case Presentation. We report a rare case of isolated renal hydatid disease in a 71-year-old man with a history of vague abdominal pain, anemia, fever, and microhematuria. Ultrasonographic examination revealed a complex cyst in the right kidney, including multiple smaller cysts with internal echoes. A magnetic resonance scan of the abdomen confirmed the findings, and hydatid cyst disease was diagnosed. Right nephrectomy was performed, and microscopic examination confirmed the diagnosis of hydatid cyst. Albendazole, 10 mg/kg per day, was given for 4 weeks (2 weeks preoperatively and 2...
    Is part of: International journal of nephrology, 01 January 2011, Vol.2011
    Identifier: 2090-214X (ISSN); 2090-2158 (E-ISSN); 10.4061/2011/893985 (DOI)

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    A Complex Renal Cyst: It Is Time to Call the Oncologist?

    Granata, Antonio, Basile, Antonio, Bruno, Giuseppe Alessandro, Saita, Alberto, Falsaperla, Mario, Figuera, Michele, Gallieni, Maurizio, Floccari, Fulvio
    International Journal of Nephrology, 2011, Vol.2011, 3 pages [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: A Complex Renal Cyst: It Is Time to Call the Oncologist?
    Author: Granata, Antonio; Basile, Antonio; Bruno, Giuseppe Alessandro; Saita, Alberto; Falsaperla, Mario; Figuera, Michele; Gallieni, Maurizio; Floccari, Fulvio
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    Description: . Hydatid disease is a cyclozoonotic parasitic infestation caused by the cestode . The cysts mainly arise in the liver (50 to 70%) or lung (20 to 30%), but any other organ can be involved, in abdominal and pelvic locations, as well as in other less common sites, which may make both diagnosis and treatment more complex. Isolated renal involvement is extremely rare. . We report a rare case of isolated renal hydatid disease in a 71-year-old man with a history of vague abdominal pain, anemia, fever, and microhematuria. Ultrasonographic examination revealed a complex cyst in the right kidney, including multiple smaller cysts with internal echoes. A magnetic resonance scan of the abdomen confirmed the findings, and hydatid cyst disease was diagnosed. Right nephrectomy was performed, and microscopic examination confirmed the diagnosis of hydatid cyst. Albendazole, 10 mg/kg per day, was given for 4 weeks (2 weeks preoperatively and 2 weeks postoperatively). . Isolated primary hydatidosis of the kidney should always be considered in the differential diagnosis of any cystic renal mass, even in the absence of accompanying involvement of liver or other visceral organs.
    Is part of: International Journal of Nephrology, 2011, Vol.2011, 3 pages
    Identifier: 2090-2158 (E-ISSN); 10.4061/2011/893985 (DOI)

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    A Complex Renal Cyst: It Is Time to Call the Oncologist?

    Granata, Antonio, Basile, Antonio, Bruno, Giuseppe Alessandro, Saita, Alberto, Falsaperla, Mario, Figuera, Michele, Gallieni, Maurizio, Floccari, Fulvio
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    Title: A Complex Renal Cyst: It Is Time to Call the Oncologist?
    Author: Granata, Antonio; Basile, Antonio; Bruno, Giuseppe Alessandro; Saita, Alberto; Falsaperla, Mario; Figuera, Michele; Gallieni, Maurizio; Floccari, Fulvio
    Subject: Case Report
    Description: Introduction . Hydatid disease is a cyclozoonotic parasitic infestation caused by the cestode Echinococcus granulosus . The cysts mainly arise in the liver (50 to 70%) or lung (20 to 30%), but any other organ can be involved, in abdominal and pelvic locations, as well as in other less common sites, which may make both diagnosis and treatment more complex. Isolated renal involvement is extremely rare. Case Presentation . We report a rare case of isolated renal hydatid disease in a 71-year-old man with a history of vague abdominal pain, anemia, fever, and microhematuria. Ultrasonographic examination revealed a complex cyst in the right kidney, including multiple smaller cysts with internal echoes. A magnetic resonance scan of the abdomen confirmed the findings, and hydatid cyst disease was diagnosed. Right nephrectomy was performed, and microscopic examination confirmed the diagnosis of hydatid cyst. Albendazole, 10 mg/kg per day, was given for 4 weeks (2 weeks preoperatively and 2 weeks postoperatively). Conclusion . Isolated primary hydatidosis of the kidney should always be considered in the differential diagnosis of any cystic renal mass, even in the absence of accompanying involvement of liver or other visceral organs.
    Is part of: International Journal of Nephrology, 2011, Vol.2011
    Identifier: 2090-2158 (E-ISSN); 10.4061/2011/893985 (DOI); 3108175 (PMCID); 21660256 (PMID)

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    A complex renal cyst: it is time to call the oncologist?

    Granata, Antonio, Basile, Antonio, Bruno, Giuseppe Alessandro, Saita, Alberto, Falsaperla, Mario, Figuera, Michele, Gallieni, Maurizio, Floccari, Fulvio
    International journal of nephrology, 2011, Vol.2011, pp.893985 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: A complex renal cyst: it is time to call the oncologist?
    Author: Granata, Antonio; Basile, Antonio; Bruno, Giuseppe Alessandro; Saita, Alberto; Falsaperla, Mario; Figuera, Michele; Gallieni, Maurizio; Floccari, Fulvio
    Description: Introduction. Hydatid disease is a cyclozoonotic parasitic infestation caused by the cestode Echinococcus granulosus. The cysts mainly arise in the liver (50 to 70%) or lung (20 to 30%), but any other organ can be involved, in abdominal and pelvic locations, as well as in other less common sites, which may make both diagnosis and treatment more complex. Isolated renal involvement is extremely rare. Case Presentation. We report a rare case of isolated renal hydatid disease in a 71-year-old man with a history of vague abdominal pain, anemia, fever, and microhematuria. Ultrasonographic examination revealed a complex cyst in the right kidney, including multiple smaller cysts with internal echoes. A magnetic resonance scan of the abdomen confirmed the findings, and hydatid cyst disease was diagnosed. Right nephrectomy was performed, and microscopic examination confirmed the diagnosis of hydatid cyst. Albendazole, 10 mg/kg per day, was given for 4 weeks (2 weeks preoperatively and 2 weeks postoperatively)....
    Is part of: International journal of nephrology, 2011, Vol.2011, pp.893985
    Identifier: 2090-2158 (E-ISSN); 21660256 Version (PMID); 10.4061/2011/893985 (DOI)