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John J.  Cronan, MD
So You Found a Renal Mass With Ultrasound – Now What?
John J. Cronan, MD
09/17/2012 | Time : 22 min
About This Lecture:

Topics mentioned in this video : Title, The incidental renal mass, Renal cell carcinoma, Incidence of renal cell carcinoma, Rising incidence of RDD, Prior to cross-sectional imaging, Early diagnosis/stage improves survival, CT/MRI are the optimal technique to search for and…, Detection rate of renal masses, Renal mass and size, No good data exists regarding the management of small renal masses, The smaller the renal mass…, Renal ultrasound is optimal, So you found a renal mass, Is there a mass?, Pseudotumors, Sub-capsular pseudotumor, Septum of Bertin, Pseudotumor – septum of Bertin, Renunculus, Sonographic image, A renal mass, Most renal masses, Ultrasound criteria for a cyst, The simplest approach to renal mass assessment, Classification of cystic lesions, The hallmark of malignant renal mass is partial enhancement, Renal mass in (major donor) patient…, 2D renal carcinoma, Non-contrast, gray scale US, Delayed (flash) high MI, CT assessment of renal mass, Minimally complicated cysts, A solid renal mass, Exceptions to the rule, Renal biopsy has a role in renal mass assessment, 61 yo M had screening CT, Angiomyolipoma, Detection and characterization of a renal mass, Renal infarct, Renal infarct presenting as a renal mass, Presentation of renal infarction, Renal lymphoma, Consider renal lymphoma, Renal abscess, Sonographic and CT images, 67 yo M presents with back pain, B cell lymphoma at biopsy, 41 yo F with hilar mass, Mixed epithelial and stromal tumor, Summary

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Keywords : AML, angiomyolipoma, Bosniak classification, color Doppler, column of Bertin, complex renal cyst, complicated renal mass, flank pain, hematuria, nephrectomy, pseudo renal tumor, pulse Doppler, pyuria, RCC, renal abscess, renal biopsy, renal cell carcinoma, renal cyst, renal infarct, renal infarction, renal lymphoma, Renal mass, renal pseudotumor, renal ultrasound, renunculus, septum of Bertin, solid renal mass, spectral Doppler, splenic bump

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