LAPAROSCOPIC RESECTION OF THE HORSESHOE KIDNEY FOR RENAL CELL CARCINOMA
Renal fusion is one of the most common kidney anomalies. The most frequent is horseshoe kidney, characterized by a fusion of the poles (typically the lower poles) of the kidneys. We described a clinical case of a malignant tumor in the right half of the horseshoe kidney (stage 1 cancer, CT1aN0M0) in a man aged 65 years, who underwent laparoscopic resection. It was shown that laparoscopy is no less efficient than open surgery. However, in planning the operation, it is necessary to use spiral computed tomography for three-dimensional reconstruction of the organ and identification of its anatomical features caused by aberrant blood supply to horseshoe kidney.
FILOLOGICHESKIE NAUKI-NAUCHNYE DOKLADY VYSSHEI SHKOLY-PHILOLOGICAL SCIENCES-SCIENTIFIC ESSAYS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
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