Antenatally Diagnosed Wilms’ Tumour – A Case Report
Keywords:Wilms’ tumour, Hydrops foetalis, Antenatal detection
AbstractWilms’ tumour (WT) is seldom seen in a neonate and prenatal diagnosis is rare. We present a case of antenatally diagnosed left sided WT with features of hydrops foetalis in a girl baby. Emergency LSCS was done at 34 weeks of gestation for foetal distress. Patient required mechanical ventilation for birth asphyxia and congestive cardiac failure. After stabilization, gross total resection of the tumour was done on day 4 of life. Histopathology HPE confirmed classical WT (stage I). Unfortunately, the patient died on the second postoperative day despite all supportive measures.
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Sarin YK, Rahul S, Sinha S, Khurana N, Ramji S. Antenatally Diagnosed Wilms’ Tumour – A Case Report. J Neonatal Surg [Internet]. 2014Jan.5 [cited 2021Jan.20];3(1):8. Available from: https://jneonatalsurg.com/ojs/index.php/jns/article/view/72
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