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J Contemp Med. 2014; 4(Supplement Case Reports): CR-32


Renal Hidatid Cyst Mimics Multiloculated Cystic Renal Cell Carcinoma

Caner Ediz, Mehmet Levent Akbulut, Serhan Çimen, İbrahim Topçu, Ramazan Altıntaş, Cemal Taşdemir.

Abstract
Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is a kidney cancer that originates in the lining of the proximal convoluted tubule. The classical triad of RCC is hematuria, flank pain and mass and when RCC is small size RCC is usually asemptomatic.
Hydatic cyst is a prevalent parasitic disease in Mediterraneanregion and Middle East. Its diagnosis is sometimes problematic because of nonspecific complaints. İn this case, patient is 54 years old and and has flank pain. We eveluated patient and found Hydatic cyst and Renal cell carcinoma at the same time. İn this case we aim to discuss together in RCC with Hydatic cyst.

Key words: Renal cell carcinom, Hydatic cyst, Nephrectomy, Cystectomy



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