Mumbai doctors remove 5.5kg tumour from woman’s kidney, make
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On 28 November 2016, surgeons from Sion Hospital removed a 31cm wide and 19cm long tumor from the abdomen of Bihar resident Manju Devi in an eight-hour long surgery. After almost a year post the application, they have been registered in the Guinness Book of World Records for removing the ‘heaviest kidney tumor’.

The patient, a resident of Darbhanga district, had consulted the hospital after being turned down by multiple local hospitals with a painful abdominal lump and had been passing blood in urine for the three years. The CT scan revealed that a tumour had completely taken over the right kidney, compressed the liver and pushed the great vessels, intestines and the pancreas towards the left side of the abdomen.

Manju was kept on ventilator post-surgery and recovered within a week post surgery...

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