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A Blunt Scrotal Trauma With More Than Meets the Eye

Published:November 10, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.urology.2022.10.021

      Abstract

      Extrarenal Wilms’ tumors (ERWT) are exceedingly rare with an estimated occurrence of 0.5%-1% of all Wilms’ tumors.
      • Shojaeian R
      • Hiradfar M
      • Sharifabad PS
      • Zabolinejad N.
      Extrarenal Wilms’ tumor: challenges in diagnosis, embryology, treatment and prognosis.
      ERWT was first described by Moyson et al in 1961 with the most commonly reported extrarenal sites in the retroperitoneum, inguinal region, uterus and ovaries.
      • Moyson F
      • Maurus-Desmarez R
      • Gompel C.
      Tumeur de Wilms mediastinale?.
      Here we detail a patient who presented to our institution with a blunt scrotal trauma that was later diagnosed with primary paratesticular ERWT.
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