Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal


A case is reported in which an abdominal mass was treated initially as a traumatic pseudocyst of the pancreas. Subsequent studies elucidated the true nature of the lesion, a renal cell carcinoma. The use of visceral arteriography as a definitive diagnostic tool is illustrated by this case.



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