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Von Hippel-Lindau Syndrome (VHL)

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ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Von Hippel-Lindau Syndrome (VHL)

History: 48 y.o. woman - History withheld (it would give away the diagnosis).

Exam: Physical exam normal, including indirect dilated fundoscopy.

No MeSH data available.


The patient has numerous cystic lesion involving both kidneys, with the left kidney more involved than the right. The largest lesion in her left kidney measures 2 x 3 cm. Her pancreas is diffusely involved with cystic lesions, which don't localize to any particular part of the pancreas. Otherwise, her liver is without lesion, her adrenal glands appear normal, no GI lesions are apparent.
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MPX1476_synpic942: The patient has numerous cystic lesion involving both kidneys, with the left kidney more involved than the right. The largest lesion in her left kidney measures 2 x 3 cm. Her pancreas is diffusely involved with cystic lesions, which don't localize to any particular part of the pancreas. Otherwise, her liver is without lesion, her adrenal glands appear normal, no GI lesions are apparent.


Von Hippel-Lindau Syndrome (VHL)

USU Teaching File MUTF - MedPix

The patient has numerous cystic lesion involving both kidneys, with the left kidney more involved than the right. The largest lesion in her left kidney measures 2 x 3 cm. Her pancreas is diffusely involved with cystic lesions, which don't localize to any particular part of the pancreas. Otherwise, her liver is without lesion, her adrenal glands appear normal, no GI lesions are apparent.
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MPX1476_synpic942: The patient has numerous cystic lesion involving both kidneys, with the left kidney more involved than the right. The largest lesion in her left kidney measures 2 x 3 cm. Her pancreas is diffusely involved with cystic lesions, which don't localize to any particular part of the pancreas. Otherwise, her liver is without lesion, her adrenal glands appear normal, no GI lesions are apparent.

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Von Hippel-Lindau Syndrome (VHL)

History: 48 y.o. woman - History withheld (it would give away the diagnosis).

Exam: Physical exam normal, including indirect dilated fundoscopy.

No MeSH data available.