MCQ – 71141

Question

A 67-year-old man complained of painless whole stream haematuria for 2 months, loss of weight and loss of appetite. Physical examination revealed a ballotable left kidney. Laboratory investigations were essentially normal. As a left renal mass was suspected, an ultrasound scan of the kidney was performed . This was followed by a contrast enhanced CT scan.What can be the possible diagnosis?

A.

Renal Infarct

B.

Renal Carcinoma

C.

Renal Calculus

D.

Hydronephrosis

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