The Surgical Management of a Stage III Wilms Tumor Presenting With Perforated Appendicitis
Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, 06/29/2012
Li A et al. – The majority of the cases of nephroblastoma do not present with abdominal pain. The authors present a patient with an acute surgical abdomen due to perforated appendicitis and an incidental abdominal mass. He underwent an urgent appendectomy after which tumor specific therapy was successfully initiated.