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History: 48 year old female with chronic pelvic and flank pain and vaginal bleeding.  This patient was found to have a large cervical mass (squamous cell carcinoma of the cervix) that was obstructing both kidneys. This is the appearance of chronic hydronephrosis, with cortical thinning.

Multilocular Cystic Nephroma

History: 60 year old male lost to follow up now returns five years later for reevaluation of a known right renal mass. This mass is classified as a Bosniak 3 lesion given the enhancing internal septations and enhancing capsule; therefore, it is required to be surgically removed for definitive differentiation between malignancy and multilocular cystic … Continue reading

Renal Cell Carcinoma

History: 50 year old male with new onset left flank pain and hematuria. No prior past medical history.  This patient went on to have a radical left nephrectomy and the tumor pathology was clear cell renal cell carcinoma (RCC), the most common type of RCC.