Conservative management of renal masses in the elderly: our experience

@article{Fernando2006ConservativeMO,
  title={Conservative management of renal masses in the elderly: our experience},
  author={Herman S. Fernando and Sudhir Duvuru and Simon John Hawkyard},
  journal={International Urology and Nephrology},
  year={2006},
  volume={39},
  pages={203-207}
}
To analyse a group of patients with clinically and radiologically detected renal neoplasms who were conservatively treated for various reasons. The patients were followed-up radiologically and intervened only if symptomatic. The natural progression of these masses and also a brief review of the literature is done. The series was collected retrospectively from the case-notes of patients coded for renal neoplasms. Of the 13 patients followed up conservatively, eight were deferred surgery in view… CONTINUE READING

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