Bilateral renal tumours with reference to the reoperation of a solitary kidney resected for tumour.


A case of bilateral renal tumour is reviewed, where the disease was detected by sonography performed for screening. On one side, nephrectomy, while on the other, partial resection of the kidney were performed in two sessions. Due to occlusion and a resultant renal fistula produced by scar tissue following the second operation as well as to progressive… (More)