[Renal tuberculosis with a contralateral renal adenocarcinoma: a case report].


A 62-year-old man, who complained of gross hematuria, was admitted because of a space occupying lesion of the right kidney and left non-visualizing kidney on IVP. The right pyelogram was compressed laterally, and the left pyelogram showed a moth-eaten appearance of the middle and lower calyces which was consistent with tuberculosis. Abdominal aortography… (More)


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