multilocular cyst of kidney

multilocular cyst of kidney
a thick-walled cyst in the kidney, found in clusters and usually unilaterally. In children it contains blastema and may develop into a Wilms tumor. A variety in adults has more fibrous tissue than the juvenile variety. Called also cystic or differentiated nephroblastoma, benign cystic or multilocular cystic nephroma, and multilocular cystic renal tumor.

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