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Authors:Ákos Bérczi, Pál Novák Kaposi, Hunor Sarkadi, Csongor Péter, Viktor Bérczi, and Edit Dósa
resulted in performing primarily emergency and urgent cases, and the number of elective operations was substantially reduced [ 6 ]. Moreover, a minority of vascular surgeons have been redeployed outside of their specialty; this was more common among states
Authors:Natasa Jávorszky, Judit Simon, and Pál Maurovich-Horvat
advanced characteristics provided incremental value to mere stenosis grading [ 15 ]. It is important to note that only a minority of myocardial infarctions is caused by significant stenosis, and approximately 50% of the cases plaque ruptures involve lesion
Authors:Sergio Vasquez Ciriaco, Jaime Aron García Espinoza, and Elena Enselmini Garcia Pedro
Renal leiomyosarcoma is a rare entity in the world and its understanding is based on reports and various cases; however, the prognosis is bleak for its malignant potential and an average survival of 18 months.
A 54-year-old woman with a clinical picture of 6 months of pain in the right flank and a tomographic image of a bilateral renal lesion underwent right radical nephrectomy and left conservative surgery. The definitive histopathological study reported right primary renal leiomyosarcoma with left metastasis.
Renal leiomyosarcoma is an entity of low incidence and high mortality; however, our case represents the minority of patients with contralateral kidney metastasis reported in the literature.