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Giant Abdominal Tumor

Kiyoshi Shikino, MD, PhD, Tsutomu Mito, MD, and Masatomi Ikusaka, MD, PhD 

October 16, 2015

A 64-year-old man presented with a 15-year history of slowly progressive abdominal distension. Physical examination revealed palpable masses in the bilateral flank regions (Figure 1). Serum creatinine and urinalysis were normal. Contrast enhanced computed tomography (CT) revealed bilateral, large, hypervascular renal masses at both kidneys with widespread fat attenuation (Figure 2). 





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