Renal pseudotumor

A renal pseudotumor is a mass that will simulate a tumor on imaging but is composed of non-neoplastic tissue. There are many examples 1:

Infectious - inflammatory
  • regenerating nodule after reflux
  • post partial nephrectomy
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Article information

rID: 9120
System: Urogenital
Section: Gamuts
Tag: kidney
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Renal pseudotumours
  • Renal pseudotumor
  • Renal pseudotumors
  • Pseudotumor of the kidney
  • Pseudotumour of the kidney
  • Pseudotumor of the kidneys
  • Pseudotumours of the kidneys
  • Pseudotumours of the kidney

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Cases and figures

  • Acute pyelonephri...
    Case 1: acute pyelonephritis
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  • Case 2: hypertrophied column of Bertin
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  • Case 3: dromedary hump
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