A Tuberous Sclerosis Girl with Huge Nephromegaly
Tuberous sclerosis is a common life long disease requiring long-term follow-up. It is well known for its multiple organ involvement. We describe one patient who has developed huge bilateral renal angiomyolipomas. The revised diagnostic criteria, recommended surveillance protocol and major complications of the tuberous sclerosis complex are discussed and the management of these huge renal masses in our patient is discussed.
Keyword : Angiomyolipoma; Tuberous sclerosis
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