Ultrasonography in the evaluation of post-nephrectomy renal cancer patients.

Abstract

The role of ultrasonography in the evaluation of 12 patients who had previously undergone nephrectomy for renal carcinoma is discussed. Ultrasonography is a useful, noninvasive means of evaluating such patients for recurrence of disease. The ultrasonographic features of retroperitoneal recurrence and a potential diagnostic pitfall of bowel loops in the renal bed are emphasized.

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@article{Bernardino1978UltrasonographyIT, title={Ultrasonography in the evaluation of post-nephrectomy renal cancer patients.}, author={Michael E. Bernardino and Barth A. Green and Harvey M. Goldstein}, journal={Radiology}, year={1978}, volume={128 2}, pages={455-8} }