Wilms tumor

Wilms' tumor, also known as nephroblastoma, is a cancer of the kidneys that typically occurs in children, rarely in adults. It is named after Max Wilms, the German surgeon (1867–1918) who first described it.Approximately 650 cases are diagnosed in the U.S. annually. [Source: Wikipedia ]

May Cause
Extrinsic indentation on duodenum
Fat-containing renal mass
Filling defect in renal collecting system
Focal calcification in kidney
Focal defect in nephrogram
Hyperechoic renal mass
Increased retrogastric or retroduodenal space
Inferior vena cava obstruction
Large fetal abdomen during third trimester
Lesion of perinephric space
Limb asymmetry
Localized bulge of renal outline
Mass displacing kidney
Multiloculated cystic renal lesion
Neonatal renal mass
Osteolytic metastasis
Pediatric chest tumor
Renal cystic disease
Renal mass in a child
Renal mass with calcification
Renal parenchymal tumor
Solid renal mass
Straight fetal spine
T1-hyperintense renal mass
T2-intermediate renal mass
Unilateral large kidney
Upper abdominal mass in a neonate or child
Vaginal anomaly
May Be Caused by
Aniridia-Wilms tumor association
Asplenia with liver malformation
Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome
Bloom syndrome
Brachmann-de Lange syndrome
Chromosome 15q deletion
Congenital heart disease
Congenital obstructive uropathy-renal hamartoma-nephroblastomatosis
Epidermal nevus syndrome
Familial Wilms tumor
Frasier syndrome
Hereditary multiple exostoses
Horseshoe kidney
Hyperparathyroidism-jaw tumor syndrome
Klippel-Trénaunay-Weber syndrome
Li-Fraumeni syndrome
Male pseudohermaphroditism
Neurofibromatosis type 1
Parkes Weber syndrome
Perlman syndrome
Pleuropulmonary blastoma-Wilms tumor association
Poland syndrome
Prader-Willi syndrome
Premature chromatid separation
Robin sequence
Silver-Russell syndrome
Simpson-Golabi-Behmel syndrome
Trisomy 13
Trisomy 18
WAGR syndrome
Wilms tumor-hyponatremic/hypertension syndrome
Wilms tumor-multiple lung hamartomas