Rhabdoid Tumor of the Kidney: A New Case of Prenatal Diagnos
A newborn child, 4 days old, was admitted in our service for a left renal tumor with prenatal diagnosis. Examination on admission to the hospital revealed a preserved general state with a left upper abdominal mass and a purplish cutaneous nodule beside the scapula. The biological check up was normal. The abdominal ultra sound showed superior polar mass of the left kidney measuring 5 cm with pelvic dilation. The abdominal CT ended in the presence of a superior polar mass of the left renal measuring 5.7×5.2×6 cm with pyelic dilation, associated with multiple hepatic metastases (Figures 1 and 2). The osseous scintigraphy showed the presence of hyperfixation zones towards osseous metastases...