curated by Dr. Dirk Clevert
June 28, 2021

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In the right kidney, a renal mass is demarcated with diameter of approximately 1,8 cm and slightly hyperechoic in comparison to the surrounding renal tissue. Color-coded duplex sonography depicted some vessels.

63 y/o female patient, came to the department due to suspicion of haemorrhage renal cyst in CT.

An unclear lesion is found and CEUS is recommended. What do you see?

Findings:

After intravenous ultrasound – contrast administration the lesion shows rapid contrast uptake in comparison to the renal parenchyma. Slight wash-out in the late phase was observed.

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Diagnosis

Due to the contrast uptake a haemorrhage renal cyst could be excluded, afterwards the patient underwent biopsy and an oncozytoma was confirmed.

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