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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Concomitant Heart, Ovaries, and Renal Neoplasms: Atypical Findings During Hypertension Evaluation



abstract

 Multiple primary tumors is defined as the occurrence of two or more primary lesions, benign or malignant, where each tumor occur in separate sites and is neither an extension, recurrence, nor metastasis [1]. The occurrence of multiple primary tumors is extremely rare with an incidence of less than 4 % [2] of the total tumor cases. We present a case of synchronous heart, ovaries, and kidney tumors in a 63-year-old Caucasian female patient whom primarily attended our institution for a hypertension evaluation. The case we report relates to diagnosis and treatment of the three synchronous lesions unveiled during the work-up.

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