Bilateral primary neuroblastomas in the inguinal canal.


The incidental finding of a nodular mass in the inguinal canal in children usually occurs during surgical exploration for an inguinal hernia. We report an unusual occurrence of neuroblastomas bilaterally and simultaneously in the inguinal canals of an infant with no evidence of metastatic disease. 


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@article{Leo1992BilateralPN, title={Bilateral primary neuroblastomas in the inguinal canal.}, author={Maria Elena De Leo and Michael J McManus and L R Strawbridge and Stephen A. Kramer}, journal={The Journal of urology}, year={1992}, volume={148 1}, pages={135-7} }