Single Renal Metastasis From Cervical Cancer

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  •   Youssef Ghannam

  •   Oussama Elidrissi

  •   H. Moudlige

  •   M. Dakir

  •   A. Debbagh

  •   R. Aboutaieb

Abstract

63-year-old patient, followed for cervical cancer classified 2b; declared cured after a treatment with chemo-radiotherapy and brachytherapy and who presents after 10 months of his last treatment session a fortuitous discovery of a right renal mass The patient subsequently benefited from a right enlarged total nephrectomy whose anatomo study pathology showed the appearance of a secondary epidermoid carcinoma of cervical neo.


In our case, there is a single renal metastasis of cervical cancer with no local development and after 10 months from the end of treatment.


Keywords: Renal metastasis; cervical cancer; tumor

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Ghannam, Y., Elidrissi, O., Moudlige, H., Dakir, M., Debbagh, A., & Aboutaieb, R. (2020). Single Renal Metastasis From Cervical Cancer. European Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.24018/ejmed.2020.2.1.150