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Five infants, three dying neonatally and two later in the first year of life, had renal, hepatic, and pancreatic dysplasia, a combination of abnormalities first described by Ivemark et al [1959]. The renal malformation consisted of cystic dysplasia, with abnormally differentiated ducts, deficient nephron differentiation, and glomerular cysts. The hepatic(More)
We present a pelvic tumor occurring in a 23 year old woman in which a Wilms' tumor-like element was predominant. The presence of a benign glandular component surrounded by small spindle and round malignant cells paralleled that encountered in adenosarcoma of the uterine body and cervix. The possible histogenesis is discussed. Clinically the recurrent tumor(More)
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