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Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage in a patient on an anticoagulant for stroke with severe aortic valve stenosis: Is concern for renal malignancy

Uma Kant Dutt, Sunil Kumar, Dorairajan Narayanan Lalgudi, Suresh Kumar, Manikandan Ramanitharan.

Abstract
Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage is mainly due to renal malignancy. But its presence in a patient who are on anticoagulant make it challenging for the diagnosis. We report a case of 50-year-old man who presented with brain stroke and started on an anticoagulant. Post anticoagulant treatment he presented with flank fullness. On evaluation, he found to have right perirenal hematoma suspicious of renal malignancy and severely stenosed aortic valve. We did right nephrectomy and aortic valve replacement simultaneous and on histopathologically found to have papillary renal cell carcinoma.

Key words: Renal cell carcinoma, Perirenal hematoma, Aortic valve stenosis, Nephrectomy, Aortic valve replacement


 
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Dutt UK, Kumar S, Lalgudi DN, Kumar S, Ramanitharan M. Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage in a patient on an anticoagulant for stroke with severe aortic valve stenosis: Is concern for renal malignancy. Int J Med Rev Case Rep. 2019; 3(7): 423-425. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.Spontaneous-perirenal-hemorrhage


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Dutt UK, Kumar S, Lalgudi DN, Kumar S, Ramanitharan M. Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage in a patient on an anticoagulant for stroke with severe aortic valve stenosis: Is concern for renal malignancy. http://mdpub.net/?mno=18338 [Access: September 20, 2019]. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.Spontaneous-perirenal-hemorrhage


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Dutt UK, Kumar S, Lalgudi DN, Kumar S, Ramanitharan M. Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage in a patient on an anticoagulant for stroke with severe aortic valve stenosis: Is concern for renal malignancy. Int J Med Rev Case Rep. 2019; 3(7): 423-425. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.Spontaneous-perirenal-hemorrhage



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Dutt UK, Kumar S, Lalgudi DN, Kumar S, Ramanitharan M. Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage in a patient on an anticoagulant for stroke with severe aortic valve stenosis: Is concern for renal malignancy. Int J Med Rev Case Rep. (2019), [cited September 20, 2019]; 3(7): 423-425. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.Spontaneous-perirenal-hemorrhage



Harvard Style

Dutt, U. K., Kumar, . S., Lalgudi, . D. N., Kumar, . S. & Ramanitharan, . M. (2019) Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage in a patient on an anticoagulant for stroke with severe aortic valve stenosis: Is concern for renal malignancy. Int J Med Rev Case Rep, 3 (7), 423-425. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.Spontaneous-perirenal-hemorrhage



Turabian Style

Dutt, Uma Kant, Sunil Kumar, Dorairajan Narayanan Lalgudi, Suresh Kumar, and Manikandan Ramanitharan. 2019. Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage in a patient on an anticoagulant for stroke with severe aortic valve stenosis: Is concern for renal malignancy. International Journal of Medical Reviews and Case Reports, 3 (7), 423-425. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.Spontaneous-perirenal-hemorrhage



Chicago Style

Dutt, Uma Kant, Sunil Kumar, Dorairajan Narayanan Lalgudi, Suresh Kumar, and Manikandan Ramanitharan. "Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage in a patient on an anticoagulant for stroke with severe aortic valve stenosis: Is concern for renal malignancy." International Journal of Medical Reviews and Case Reports 3 (2019), 423-425. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.Spontaneous-perirenal-hemorrhage



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Dutt, Uma Kant, Sunil Kumar, Dorairajan Narayanan Lalgudi, Suresh Kumar, and Manikandan Ramanitharan. "Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage in a patient on an anticoagulant for stroke with severe aortic valve stenosis: Is concern for renal malignancy." International Journal of Medical Reviews and Case Reports 3.7 (2019), 423-425. Print. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.Spontaneous-perirenal-hemorrhage



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Dutt, U. K., Kumar, . S., Lalgudi, . D. N., Kumar, . S. & Ramanitharan, . M. (2019) Spontaneous perirenal hemorrhage in a patient on an anticoagulant for stroke with severe aortic valve stenosis: Is concern for renal malignancy. International Journal of Medical Reviews and Case Reports, 3 (7), 423-425. doi:10.5455/IJMRCR.Spontaneous-perirenal-hemorrhage