|ECR 2019 / C-1433||
|Primary retroperitoneal tumors, Can we narrow the differential diagnosis?|
- The differential diagnosis of primary retroperitoneal masses may be based on the predominant cross-sectional imaging appearance as either cystic or solid and neoplastic and non-neoplastic.
- Characteristic imaging findings, such as the composition (Fat, calcification and necrosis), enhancement pattern, vascularity, location, and relationship to adjacent structures, may be combined with clinical information and assisted by diagnostic scheme to help narrow the differential diagnosis.
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