How I do it: evaluating renal masses.

  title={How I do it: evaluating renal masses.},
  author={Gary M. Israel and Morton A Bosniak},
  volume={236 2},
With modern computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging equipment, the diagnosis of most renal masses is usually straightforward and accurate. The major question to be answered is whether the mass represents a surgical or nonsurgical lesion or, in some cases, if follow-up studies are necessary. This evaluation usually can be accomplished if a high-quality examination is performed, if the clinical history of the patient is kept in mind, if conditions that mimic a renal neoplasm… CONTINUE READING
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