Case of the Month November 2013, Page 2

Answer: C) An incidental left upper quadrant mass lesion is noted, closely associated with both the superior pole of the left kidney and the pancreatic tail. No definitive evidence of pancreatitis is seen on imaging.

Question: What are the most likely causes of solid exophytic renal mass in an adult?
A) Renal cell carcinoma
B) Column of Bertin
C) Lymphoma
D) Metastasis

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