Arch Esp Urol 2017 Jul;70(6):612-617
Servicio de Anatomía Patológica. Hospital Universitario Virgen Macarena,Sevilla. España.
Urology 1996 Feb;47(2):254-5
Department of Pathology, Albany Medical College, New York 12208, USA.
Acquired cystic disease of the kidney is a common phenomenon in long-term adult dialysis patients with endstage renal disease. Malignant degeneration with cortical neoplasms is also well documented in this patient population. Although the prevalence of this disease process is common in adults, the literature is sparse concerning its occurrence in children. Read More
J Comput Assist Tomogr 1987 Sep-Oct;11(5):905-8
Department of Medicine, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA.
A 42-year-old man with end-stage renal disease developed acquired renal cystic disease. The left kidney underwent tumorous degeneration necessitating nephrectomy. Eight months later acute hemorrhagic renal cyst rupture culminated in right nephrectomy. Read More
Nephrol Dial Transplant 1989 ;4(9):763-9
Department of Internal Medicine, Ruperto Carola University, Heidelberg, FRG.
Am J Nephrol 1991 ;11(3):224-8
Department of Medicine, General Hospital of INSALUD, Cáceres, Spain.
Acquired renal cystic disease is an entity which is characterized by the progressive substitution of the atrophic renal parenchyma by multiple cysts in patients with renal insufficiency. Its main complications are hemorrhage and tumorous degeneration. The case discussed is a 57-year-old patient with terminal renal insufficiency secondary to interstitial nephropathy, who, following 6 years of treatment with hemodialysis and renal transplantation, developed a state of persistent hematuria requiring nephrectomy of the left kidney. Read More