lunes, 19 de agosto de 2013

Isolated Renal Cyst Hydatid Operated with a Preoperative Diagnosis of Liver Cyst Hydatid: a case report

Hydatid cyst disease, introduced by E. Granulosus, is a parasitic disease which is possible in any organ or tissue but more commonly in liver (75%) and lungs (15%). Urinary tract involvement develops in only 2- 4 % of cases and isolated renal cysts are extremely rare. In this article, we present a case preoperatively radiologically diagnosed as liver cyst hydatid but during the operation who turns out to be a renal cyst hydatid and discussed it in the light of the current literature

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