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Hyperechoic Renal Mass
Mitchell Tublin, MD
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DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

    • Key Differential Diagnosis Issues

      • Helpful Clues for Common Diagnoses

        • Helpful Clues for Less Common Diagnoses

          • Helpful Clues for Rare Diagnoses

            Selected References

            1. Itani M et al: Sonographically identified echogenic renal masses Up to 1 cm in size are so rarely malignant they can be safely ignored. J Ultrasound Med. 35(2):323-8, 2016
            2. Sidhar K et al: Renal cell carcinomas: sonographic appearance depending on size and histologic type. J Ultrasound Med. 35(2):311-20, 2016
            3. Bradley AJ et al: Imaging features, follow-up, and management of incidentally detected renal lesions. Clin Radiol. 66(12):1129-39, 2011
            4. Craig WD et al: Pyelonephritis: radiologic-pathologic review. Radiographics. 28(1):255-77; quiz 327-8, 2008
            5. Farrelly C et al: Do all non-calcified echogenic renal lesions found on ultrasound need further evaluation with CT? Abdom Imaging. 33(1):44-7, 2008
            6. Vijayaraghavan SB et al: Sonographic features of necrosed renal papillae causing hydronephrosis. J Ultrasound Med. 22(9):951-6; quiz 957-8, 2003
            7. Siegel CL et al: Angiomyolipoma and renal cell carcinoma: US differentiation. Radiology. 198(3):789-93, 1996
            8. Yamashita Y et al: Hyperechoic renal tumors: anechoic rim and intratumoral cysts in US differentiation of renal cell carcinoma from angiomyolipoma. Radiology. 188(1):179-82, 1993
            9. Yeh HC et al: Junctional parenchyma: revised definition of hypertrophic column of Bertin. Radiology. 185(3):725-32, 1992
            10. Yeh HC et al: Milk of calcium in renal cysts: new sonographic features. J Ultrasound Med. 11(5):195-203, 1992
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            DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

              ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

              • Key Differential Diagnosis Issues

                • Helpful Clues for Common Diagnoses

                  • Helpful Clues for Less Common Diagnoses

                    • Helpful Clues for Rare Diagnoses

                      Selected References

                      1. Itani M et al: Sonographically identified echogenic renal masses Up to 1 cm in size are so rarely malignant they can be safely ignored. J Ultrasound Med. 35(2):323-8, 2016
                      2. Sidhar K et al: Renal cell carcinomas: sonographic appearance depending on size and histologic type. J Ultrasound Med. 35(2):311-20, 2016
                      3. Bradley AJ et al: Imaging features, follow-up, and management of incidentally detected renal lesions. Clin Radiol. 66(12):1129-39, 2011
                      4. Craig WD et al: Pyelonephritis: radiologic-pathologic review. Radiographics. 28(1):255-77; quiz 327-8, 2008
                      5. Farrelly C et al: Do all non-calcified echogenic renal lesions found on ultrasound need further evaluation with CT? Abdom Imaging. 33(1):44-7, 2008
                      6. Vijayaraghavan SB et al: Sonographic features of necrosed renal papillae causing hydronephrosis. J Ultrasound Med. 22(9):951-6; quiz 957-8, 2003
                      7. Siegel CL et al: Angiomyolipoma and renal cell carcinoma: US differentiation. Radiology. 198(3):789-93, 1996
                      8. Yamashita Y et al: Hyperechoic renal tumors: anechoic rim and intratumoral cysts in US differentiation of renal cell carcinoma from angiomyolipoma. Radiology. 188(1):179-82, 1993
                      9. Yeh HC et al: Junctional parenchyma: revised definition of hypertrophic column of Bertin. Radiology. 185(3):725-32, 1992
                      10. Yeh HC et al: Milk of calcium in renal cysts: new sonographic features. J Ultrasound Med. 11(5):195-203, 1992