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Slow growth of an untreated Wilms's tumour in the adolescent.
  1. P C Rogers,
  2. B J Wood,
  3. D F Smith,
  4. J M Teasdale

    Abstract

    Retrospective radiological documentation of a growing Wilms's tumour in rare. Considered to be a relatively rapidly growing tumour, we present a case where there was adequate radiological evidence of a Wilms's tumour 4 years before the clinical metastatic presentation.

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