C M Chabrel

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The clinicopathological features of 49 neoplasms in the retroperitoneum, but not arising directly from a major retroperitoneal organ, are described. Abdominal pain and a mass, urinary tract symptoms and evidence of pressure on venous channels or nerves were common modes of presentation. In 6 cases the neoplasms were found incidentally and in 4 patients(More)
A pericaliceal haemangioma associated with papillary necrosis caused haematuria which led to nephrectomy. Seven similar vascular lesions were found on review of the surgical histopathology records from the last 25 years at the St Peter's Hospitals, Institute of Urology, London. In 4 of these there was histological evidence of damage to the renal papilla(More)
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