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ECR 2019 / C-1597
Image of atypical Wilms tumor
Congress: ECR 2019
Poster No.: C-1597
Type: Educational Exhibit
Keywords: Abdomen, Paediatric, Kidney, CT, MR, Ultrasound, Diagnostic procedure, Education, Perception image, Cancer, Metastases, Education and training
Authors: M. D. C. Ojados Hernández1, C. Fernández Hernández1, I. Vicente Zapata1, A. Gilabert Úbeda1, C. Serrano Garcia1, A. Navarro Baño2; 1Murcia/ES, 2El Palmar/ES


Wilms tumor is the most common renal solid mass and abdominal malignancy of childhood. Although Wilms tumor is a malignant tumor, the prognosis is excellent with a 5-year survival rate of 90%, and 70% for metastatic disease.


The classic Wilms tumor´s presentation is usually a solitary lesion in a kidney and there is usually no metastasis at the time of diagnosis. Although the disease can develop lung metastases, liver and rarely in bone and brain. However, there are other atypical forms of Wilms tumor presentation as a bilateral tumor, multifocal tumor, metastatic disease at diagnosis, intravascular tumor, pulmonary and abdominal relapse in which the survival rate and the success of the therapy can be compromised.

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