Lee, Won J.
June 1977
Angiology;Jun1977, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p416
Academic Journal
Two types of renal hamartoma (angiomyolipoma) are presented with emphasis on angiographic findings. Careful analysis of the angiograms can suggest a specific diagnosis. Two important considerations other than angiographic findings are (1) multiplicity of tumors in patients with tuberous sclerosis, and (2) a solitary mass in 40-60-year-old women.


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