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3,754 Possible Causes for Flank Mass, Hepatomegaly, Nodular Heterotopia of the Grey Matter

  • Nephroblastoma

    VOD is primarily a clinical diagnosis characterized by hepatomegaly or pain in the right upper quadrant, jaundice, ascites, and unexplained weight gain.[] Clinical Features• Median age 3years• M F• Looks less ill Abd/ flank mass—aymptomatic• Smooth, firm, rarely cross midline.• Discovered by chance.• 50% have abdominal pain,[] Gross painless hematuria, flank pain, and a palpable mass are the most common presenting symptoms.[]

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  • Lymphoma

    Hepatomegaly. Intermediate- and high-grade lymphomas: Most patients present with rapidly growing and bulky lymphadenopathy.[] Intermediate- and high-grade lymphomas may produce the following physical examination findings: Rapidly growing and bulky lymphadenopathy Splenomegaly Hepatomegaly Large abdominal[] Hepatomegaly may develop as the disease progresses. Jaundice usually suggests hemolysis, although biliary obstruction can result from periportal lymph node enlargement.[]

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  • Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease

    These findings suggest that performance of PD may be limited by renomegaly and hepatomegaly in patients with PKD.[] Clinical presentation is variable and includes 1 : dull flank pain of variable severity and time course: most common abdominal or flank masses hematuria hypertension: usually[] mass.[]

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  • Congenital Malformation

    […] diagnostic criteria that distinguish liver and biliary diseases with common patterns of presentation (eg, cholestasis, neonatal cholestasis, elevated aminotransferases, hepatomegaly[] Nodular heterotopias of grey matter are found in association with other migration disorders and may be the cause of partial seizures.[] Subcortical heterotopias can be divided into two groups.[]

  • Angiomyolipoma

    Examination revealed hepatomegaly with tenderness in the right upper quadrant.[] Acute/chronic flank pain. Nausea and vomiting. Fever. Shock. Hypertension. Palpable abdominal mass. Palpable flank mass. Tenderness. Anemia. Microscopic hematuria.[] The abdomen was diffusely distended, tender with bilateral flank mass and no added sounds.[]

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  • Polycystic Kidney Disease

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed hepatomegaly with small cystic lesions that had high signal intensity on T2-weighted images.[] Presenting symptoms include bilateral palpable flank masses in infants and subsequent observation of typical findings on renal ultrasound, often within the clinical context[] Adult polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD ) is one of the most common human genetic disorders (autosomal dominant) 30 years old, family history, and abdominal mass (flank) In[]

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  • Abdominal Mass

    Depending on its location, the abdominal mass may be caused by an enlarged liver ( hepatomegaly ), enlarged spleen ( splenomegaly ), protruding kidney, a pancreatic mass,[] Mass Renal 55% Hydronephrosis (most common) Unilateral: UPJ or UVJ obstruction, aberrant renal artery, kink in ureter Bilateral: bladder outlet obstruction (posterior valves[] See also abdominal distension, kidney mass, splenomegaly, hepatomegaly, hepatosplenomegaly, rectal mass and scrotal mass.[]

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  • Renal Cell Carcinoma

    Great mimic" due to associated paraneoplastic syndromes of Cushing syndrome, gynecomastia, hypercalcemia, hypertension, leukemoid reaction, polycythemia, Stauffer syndrome (hepatomegaly[] This study also found that the classic triad of pain, hematuria and flank mass was present in only six of 109 patients (5.5 percent).[] The classic triad of flank pain, hematuria and flank mass is uncommon (10% cases) and is indicative of advanced disease.[]

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  • Ascending Cholangitis

    Physical examination may reveal the following: Fever (90%), although elderly patients may have no fever RUQ tenderness (65%) Mild hepatomegaly Jaundice (60%) Mental status[] Renal cell carcinoma triad: (1) hematuria, (2) flank pain, (3) abdominal mass Note this triad only appears 10% of the time Charcot’s triad for ascending cholangitis: (1) fever[]

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  • Colon Carcinoma

    Some patients first present with symptoms and signs of metastatic disease (eg, hepatomegaly, ascites, supraclavicular lymph node enlargement).[] Jaundice and hepatomegaly indicate advanced disease with extensive liver metastases.[]

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