UNILATERAL ADULT POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY Yoshinori Komeda 1 , Hiromi Kato 2 , Kaoru Saito 2 , Kennsuke Yamakawa 3 , Yoshiki Sugimura 3 , Hiromi Tochigi 3 1Department of Urology, Social Insurance Hazu Hospital 2Department of Urology, Chuusei General Hospital 3Department of Urology, Mie University Hospital Keyword: 嚢胞腎 pp.55-57
Published Date 1988/1/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1413204656
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A 56-year-old male was admitted with severe left abdominal discomfort. Family and past history revealed no renal disease. Body CT scan and RI renoscintirenogram showed multiple unilateral cystic lesion and decreased GFR in left kidney. The liver, pancreas and contralateral kidney were normal. Left nephrectomy was performed and the lesion was pathologically diagnosed as adult polycystic kidney disease (APCD). We discussed the differentiation of cystic diseases and concluded the diagnosis of unilateral APCD in this case.

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