RENAL ANGIOMYOLIPOMA CAUSING FATAL RETROPERITONEAL HEMORRHAGE: A Case Report.

  • P. K. Menon
  • Published 1995 in Medical journal, Armed Forces India

Abstract

A ngiOmYOliPoma is a specific and probably hamartomatous growth arising in the kidney [1]. Usual symptoms include abdominal pain, haematuria, chills and fever [2-4J. Hypertension has also been observed in cases of angiomyolipoma [5]. In this case report, we present an adult male who reported with agonising pain abdomen, was treated as acute pancreatitis and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0377-1237(17)30970-X

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