Case Report

Multiple Hypovascular Tumors in Kidney: A Rare Case Report and Differential Diagnosis

Figure 4

Summary of imaging survey of a renal mass. Initial imaging survey for renal mass is renal echo and if renal echo showed a renal solid mass and the next imaging survey is abdominal CT scan with/without enhancement. CT scan can detect tumor localization, imaging pattern, and lymph node involvement. If a hypovascular renal tumor is found, MRI image can help differential diagnosis the etiology. If MRI image reveals the diagnosis of lymphoma, renal biopsy is suggested.