[A case of compressing serous cystadenoma with renal carcinoma].

Abstract

Pancreas cystadenoma tumors represent 10 to 15% of all cystic lesions of the pancreas. These tumors are asymptomatic in around 30% of patients, serous adenoma being the most common. Malignancy should be suspected when cystadenoma is compressive. We report the case of a 72-year-old man with a compressive serous cystadenoma associated to renal carcinoma. 

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@article{Pautrat2006ACO, title={[A case of compressing serous cystadenoma with renal carcinoma].}, author={Karine Pautrat and Yasmina Chevalier and Cendra Barbey and Lo{\"i}k de Calan}, journal={Gastroenterologie clinique et biologique}, year={2006}, volume={30 8-9}, pages={1090-2} }