California Privacy Statement, PubMed http://www.cancer.org/cancer/neuroblastoma/detailedguide/neuroblastoma-survival-rates, http://www.ejcancer.com/article/S0959-8049(06)00448-5/abstract, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0, http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40644-015-0040-6. One unique feature of disease is that a subset of children with metastatic disease located only in the liver, bone marrow, and skin, will demonstrate spontaneous regression. The International Neuroblastoma Risk Group (INRG) was thus established in 2004 to create a more comprehensive staging system. The use of image defined risk factors in neuroblastoma has begun to dramatically change how this tumour is characterised pre-operatively. Guidelines for imaging and staging of neuroblastic tumors: consensus report from the International Neuroblastoma Risk Group Project. Wilms tumor (WT; nephroblastoma) is the most common malignant renal tumor in children, accounting for about 85% of pediatric renal tumors.1 2 The incidence of WT is about 1 per 10 000 children in Europe and North America. Origin: Embryonic nephrogenic (mesodermal) cells Mechanism: Deletion of WT-1 gene on chromosome 11 Pathology: a. Macroscopic (Gross): large, solitary tan to grey color mass; pale on cut section with areas of hemorrhage; 10% are bilateral or multicentric; grossly difficult to distinguish from neuroblastoma This variability means survival rates also differ. A unilateral Wilms tumour is treated with nephrectomy. Eur J Cancer. In contrast to neuroblastoma, vessels are displaced rather than encased as the tumour directly displaces adjacent structures as it grows. This paper therefore aims to provide a comprehensive update on these two common paediatric tumours with a particular emphasis on the current crucial role played by imaging. There are a wide number of conditions that have been associated with NBL; neurofibromatosis type 1, Beckwith-Weidemann syndrome, Hirschsprung’s disease and DiGeorge syndrome are all described in the literature . Article The right and left paraspinal lines are where the lung or pleura interacts with the mediastinal soft tissues. Most commonly, NBLs are located within the adrenal gland, but can be found in sympathetic ganglia of the retroperitoneum, posterior mediastinum, neck or pelvis . Plain films are non-specific for NBL and are largely unhelpful in the diagnostic pathway. Cytoreductive therapy 3. To determine prognostic significance of hospital surgical volume and Children's Oncology Group (COG) membership on neuroblastoma (NBL) and Wilms tumor (WT) survival. Survival rates for neuroblastoma. International Society of Paediatric Oncology Europe Neuroblastoma, International Neuroblastoma Response Criteria, International Neuroblastoma Staging System, International Neuroblastoma Risk Group Staging System. Simon T, Häberle B, Hero B, von Schweinitz D, Berthold F. Role of surgery in the treatment of patients with stage 4 neuroblastoma age 18 months or older at diagnosis. 2009;50(8):1237–43. Eur J Rad. Hiorns M, Owens CM. Wood L, Lowis S. An update on neuroblastoma. Variable contrast-enhancement may be seen, with the more malignant tumours showing restricted diffusion on diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI). Thickening and irregularity of these lines, in particular the right paraspinal line which is not normally seen in healthy children, can indicate the presence of increased mediastinal soft tissue and this warrants further investigation . 2010;75:321–8. Nephrogenic rests, nephroblastomatosis, and associated lesions of the kidney. 2011;52:1041–7. This type of tumours are characterised by the proliferation of immature cells that are usually only seen in the developing embryo. 2016;34(1):13-23. Manage cookies/Do not sell my data we use in the preference centre. J Postgrad Med Edu Res. NBL arises from primordial neural crest cells that form the sympathetic nervous system, occurring anywhere along the sympathetic nervous system chain [1,2]. It typically occurs in childhood with a peak incidence between 3–4 years. Article Abdominal masses usually cause pain due to their mass effect, as well as abdominal distension . 123I-MIBG Scintigraphy and 18 F-FDG PET in Neuroblastoma. Conventional radiograph of abdomen shows a large right upper mass displacing bowel loops into the pelvis and across the midline (blue arrows). Wilm’s Tumor • AKA: Nephroblastoma • the most common intra-abdominal cancer in children. In children, the paraspinal lines are less frequently observed than in adults due to less mediastinal fat and no aortic ectasia. Cancer. Cohn SL, Pearson ADJ, London WB, Monclair T, Ambros PF, Brodeur GM. volume 15, Article number: 5 (2015) One of these syndromes is opsomyoclonus, complicating 2-4% of presentations [1,6]. DOTATATE is not necessarily limited to use as a diagnostic agent. The authors declare that they have no competing interests. Neuroblastoma and Wilms' tumor are the most common noncentral nervous system solid tumors in children. KMH conceived the idea for this review, supervised the project, edited all sections of the manuscript including revisions, provided references and sourced all the images. 2012;58(4):551–5. Nephroblastoma is more commonly known as a Wilms tumour after Dr Max Wilms, the German surgeon who first described it in 1899. Cancer Imaging Cancer Imaging. Approximately 1% are familial, displaying an autosomal dominant pattern of inheritance with incomplete penetrance [1,4]. It should be noted that often Wilms lesions appear to have large hypoechoic areas due to central necrosis and cyst formation. Neoadjuvant chemotherapy is useful to shrink tumour size prior to surgery, but European (SIOP) and American application of this differs. N Neuroblastoma commonly crosses the midline and usually calcifies. The peptide binds to somatostatin receptors and can, therefore, be used for diagnosis and follow-up . Although 1p deletion is associated with MCYN amplification, 11q is not correlated and appears to have separate negative prognostic factors. J Clin Oncol. Pediatr Blood Cancer. Neuroblastoma (NBL) is the most common extra-cranial tumour in childhood. We invited one expert on state of the art Wilms tumour treatment from each discipline (surgery, pathology, paediatric oncology) to join the writing group. Saved from radiopaedia.org. Now wrist pain. The International Neuroblastoma Staging System (INSS) has been used since 1986 to stage NBL [Table 1], however, there was significant worldwide variability in the application of this system, which to some extent is dependent on local protocol and experience . The same post-operative staging system is utilised in European SIOP studies, albeit after courses of pre-operative chemotherapy rather than with upfront surgery as in COG studies. Two of the most common are neuroblastoma and Wilms Tumor. There is continuing uncertainty about the role of pre-operative staging chest CT in the diagnosis of small pulmonary metastases in Wilms tumour. Paediatr Child Health. Article Kembhavi SA, Qureshi S, Vora T, Chinnaswamy G, Laskar S, Ramadwar M, et al. 2002;22:911–34. 2013;47(1):1–6. PDF | Wilms’ tumor is the most common renal malignancy and neuroblastoma is the most common extracranial solid tumor in children. Studies comparing MIBG to FDG-PET have shown that the former can be sensitive and specific in higher stage disease with FDG-PET being useful in stage 1 and 2 disease or in MIBG non-avid tumours . Some surgeons may quite reasonably prefer later pre-operative CT prior to surgery, and this would generally be a local preference [Figure 12]. Renal preservation surgery becomes paramount. In addition to local disease, metastatic disease complicates 50% of all presentations. NBLs appear as solid, heterogeneous masses with calcification, but are rarely cystic on US . The biology of thoracic NBL tends to be less aggressive than with abdominal disease and as such the prognosis tends to be more favourable. 2001;21:217–28. Dumba, M., Jawad, N. & McHugh, K. Neuroblastoma and nephroblastoma: a radiological review. Google Scholar. In six cases where this phenomenon was observed, the histologic findings of each tumor were identical: undifferentiated neuroblastoma. Davidoff AM. Semi Cancer Biol. J Clin Oncol. doi:10.1200/JCO.2008.16.6785. To enable consistent reporting, image defined risk factors (IDRFs) have been identified by the INRG – these describe the relationship between the tumour and adjacent vascular, major airway or nervous system structures, which ideally should not be injured at surgery [6,14]. Results from the NWTS Group has found overall 10-year survival rates for favourable histology of 96-89% for stages I-III disease (82-49% for unfavourable histology), 81% for stage IV disease (18% for unfavourable histology) and 78% for stage V disease . Axial CT of a 2 year old girl showing a left-sided abdominal NBL with evidence of calcification (blue arrows). These are the CT Brain images of a young male patient, who had h/o fever & Status Epilepticus (? Other markers which can affect management include chromosomes and nerve receptors. Wilms tumor have a mutation in the germline or in tumor tissue. Results of the SIOP 2001 study. The full extent of the mass can be difficult to define on a pre-operative MRI scan and thus make surgical planning more challenging. After hydronephrosis and multicystic dysplastic kidney, it is the most common cause of a renal mass in a child . Two of the most common are neuroblastoma and Wilms Tumor. MRI can easily assess the extent of disease, being superior to CT in assessing metastatic marrow disease, chest wall invasion and spinal canal involvement [Figures 3, 4 & 5]. Wilms Tumor and Neuroblastoma Hamzeh Halawani M.D. Evaluation of diagnostic performance of CT for detection of tumour thrombus in children with Wilms tumour: a report from the Children’s Oncology Group. Syndromes associated with nephroblastomatosis include trisomies 13 and 18, Beckwith-Weidemann (10-20% risk of Wilms; gigantism, macroglossia, omphalocoele and genitourinary abnormalities, associated with an abnormal WT2 gene on 11p15) and Drash syndromes (ambiguous genitalia and progressive renal failure in genotypic males, associated with an abnormal WT1 gene on 11p13). Imaging and diagnosis of Wilms tumour generally begins with US [Figure 9], which can evaluate whether the mass is truly intra- or extra-renal and whether it is solid or cystic . CAS Cookies policy. Radiology. The vast majority of cases are sporadic. PubMed Central Fusing these 3D images with CT can enable tissue differentiation. doi:10.1007/s003300100931. Cancer Imaging. statement and Median age at Dx is 3–4 yrs (95% <10 yrs) for WT. One of the key defining features is the presence of calcification [Figure 6] seen in 80-90% of CT studies . Radiographics. Lowe HL, Isuani BH, Heller RM, Stein SM, Johnson JE, Navarro OM, et al. In children with bilateral disease, the therapeutic approach and philosophy are very different. Neuroblastoma vs Wilms tumor | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org. The differences in management strategies are outlined. Both, Neuroblastoma and Nephroblastoma (Wilms tumour) are Embryonal tumours. They often grow to a large size before causing problems, so a palpable mass on presentation is common. Ultrasound (US) is often the first line investigation in paediatrics, particularly for those presenting with an abdominal mass. Staging of Wilms has been developed by the National Wilms Tumour Study (NWTS) and the current staging system is used by the COG (Table 4). Chest x-ray of 3 year old girl showing thoracic NBL. 2007;7:41–51. General imaging differential considerations include: 1. neuroblastoma: see neuroblastoma vs. Wilms tumor 2. cystic partially differentiated nephroblastoma and pediatric cystic nephroma: appear identical to very cystic Wilms tumor 1 3. clear cell sarcoma: generally indistinguishable on the bases of imaging, but may show early skeletal metastasis, a site which is unusual for Wilms tumor 4. renal rhabdoid tumor: generally, it can not be distinguished from Wilms on imaging, but the former has an established associa… The Florida Cancer Data System was queried from 1981 to 2004. Low to intermediate risk tumours tend to have a reasonably good prognosis (90% survival approximately) with high-risk tumours being much less favourable (40-50% survival) . The use of image defined risk factors in neuroblastoma has begun to dramatically change how this tumour is characterised pre-operatively. In patients who have relapsed, routine PET-CT may be of benefit as their prognosis is more guarded and the best chance of cure is at the first relapse. MR findings in Wilms tumour are low signal intensity on T1W, with variable/high signal intensity on T2W . Of the solid tumors of childhood, neuroblastoma--the prototypic small-, round-, blue-cell neoplasm--occurs in the youngest patients and has shown the least predictable biologic behavior and response to therapy. US is useful for the assessment of caval patency and IVC tumour thrombus and is the preferred modality for this in our experience. doi:10.1102/1470-7330.2011.9008. What INRGSS allows is the pre-surgical assessment of tumours, with imaging making a significant contribution to this. Mesoblastic nephroma Wilms tumor Accurate staging, especially the presence or absence of nodal disease, is vital in Wilms tumour to ensure appropriate management pathways are adhered to . Wilms' tumor provides a spectacular example (Fig 1). NBL arises from primordial neural crest cells that form the sympathetic nervous system, occurring anywhere along the sympathetic nervous system chain [1,2]. Under the microscope, they are small, round, blue cells that are clustered in rosettes. Most of the causes of abdominal distension in children can be differentiated from Wilms’ tumor using ultrasound scan. The goals of modern pediatric oncology reflect both of these facts. 2007;369:2106–20. Ann Surg. Choroid fissure cyst is a... H/o trauma to wrist 2 weeks back. 1998;18(4):947–68. Nucl Med. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40644-015-0040-6, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40644-015-0040-6. Both neuroblastoma and Wilms tumor occur in early childhood and typically present as large abdominal masses closely related to the kidneys. It was found that the apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) was substantially higher for Wilms. Wilms tumor manifests as a solid intrarenal mass with a pseudocapsule and distortion of the renal parenchyma and collecting system. Lonergan GJ, Martinez-Leon MI, Agrons GA, Montemarano H, Suarez ES. Paraspinal tumor may invade the spinal canal via extension through adjacent neural foramina is s/o NB." Ora I, Eggert A. Axial T2 MR of 2 year old girl showing NBL with rib invasion (blue arrow), anterior aortic displacement and encasement (red arrow) and bilateral pleural effusions. It is the most common renal malignancy in childhood and accounts overall for 6% of malignancies in children . Shamberger RC, Ritchey ML, Haase GM, Bergemann TL, Loechelt-Yoshioka T, Breslow NE. The anaplastic and sarcomatous variants are the unfavourable histologies associated with a poorer outcome . Nephroblastoma, also more commonly known as a Wilms tumour, is the commonest renal tumour in childhood and more typically presents as abdominal pathology in an otherwise asymptomatic patient. TrkA is a neurotrophin receptor that may actually be associated with an improved prognosis. The entire number of IDRFs are summarised in Table 3. Common sites of metastases include liver, lymph nodes and bone marrow . Diffusion-weighted MRI for differentiating Wilms tumor from neuroblastoma. It can present as an abdominal mass, but it is often metastatic at diagnosis, so can manifest in a variety of other ways often in an unwell child. Maureen Dumba. Adv Pediatr. Axial CT of a 3 year old boy with right-sided Wilms tumour, again demonstrating the ‘claw sign’ (blue arrow). 2009;27:289–97. What is the estimated annual incidence of Wilms tumor (WT) in the U.S.? Terms and Conditions, doi:10.1200/JCO.2008.16.6876. They can demonstrate extension across the midline and into adjacent body cavities. American University of Beirut 2. Of 869 NBL patients, 463 were treated at COG/HVC, 246 at COG/LVC, and 160 at non‐COG/LVC. Other conditions associated with Wilms tumour include hemihypertrophy (WT2 gene), WAGR syndrome (Wilms tumour, aniridia, genitourinary abnormalities and mental retardation, WT1 gene), sporadic non-familial aniridia, neurofibromatosis type 1 and cerebral gigantism (Sotos syndrome) [19,22]. MIBG scintigraphy showing avid uptake at the site of the abdominal NBL with widespread bony metastatic spread. Mesoblastic nephroma and Wilms tumor look very similar on imaging as both present as large solid renal masses. 2001;234(1):116–21. The pathophysiology and clinical aspects of both tumours including associated risk factors and pathologies are discussed. This showed promising early results as a feasible agent in a select patient cohort . Certainly CT is superior to chest radiography for the detection of small lesions, but these may not always represent metastases. doi:10.1016/j.semcancer.2011.07.002. Imaging neuroblastoma: what the radiologist needs to know. Lonergan GJ, Schwab CM, Suarez ES, Carlson CL. All the images posted in this site are from author's collection, unless otherwise specified.. On MR at diagnosis, the tumour tends to return low signal on T1-weighted sequences with high signal on T2 . McHugh K, Roebuck DJ. Presenting features are diverse and very much dependent on the anatomical location of the tumour. Jan 27, 2017 - Both neuroblastoma and Wilms tumor occur in early childhood and typically present as large abdominal masses closely related to the kidneys. Nephroblastomatosis, which consists of immature metanephric tissue (nephrogenic rests), is considered a precursor to Wilms tumour [Figure 8]. The tumor typically spreads by direct extension and displaces adjacent structures but does not typically encase or elevate the aorta; such encasement or elevation is a distinguishing characteristic of neuroblastoma. PET-CT currently has no role in the initial diagnosis of Wilms tumours as the general prognosis is excellent and radiation exposure should be minimised. The MYCN oncogene is responsible for providing the code used by proteins in tissue development. The heterogeneity of the tumour, and its biological characteristics, mean the prognosis is highly variable at different ages. Management strategies include a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, with additional myeloablative therapy and more recently also immunotherapy for high-risk disease. cancer imaging 15, 5 (2015). This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly credited. ... 'A' ABSENT BOW TIE SIGN Seen in MRI Knee, in Bucket handle tear of meniscus. Young boy with a left sided Wilms tumor. Mosby; 1994. It can, however, be acquired in a 3D format with the resultant Single Positron Emission Tomography (SPET or SPECT) images providing more detailed information. 2011;11(1A):S44–7. Intermediate risk patients have chemotherapy followed by surgery . The organ of Zuckerkandl is a mass of neural crest tissue adjacent to the mid to distal abdominal aorta and it is another recognized site of disease. Google Scholar. Donnelly LF, Frush DP, Zheng JY, Bisset III GS. They share similar cell characteristics on gross histological evaluation to other relatively common paediatric tumours such as Ewing’s sarcoma, primitive neuroectodermal tumours (PNETs), leukaemia, lymphoma and rhabdomyosarcoma . Aslan M, Aslan A, Arıöz Habibi H, Kalyoncu Uçar A, Özmen E, Bakan S, et al. doi:10.1102/1470-7330.2007.0007 doi:10.1102%2F1470-7330.2007.0007. Neuroblastoma vs Wilms tumor Dr Ammar Haouimi ◉ and Assoc Prof Frank Gaillard ◉ ◈ et al. Tumours of the chest and neck can be incidentally picked up on radiographs performed for other reasons [Figure 1]. doi.org/10.1016/j.crad.2012.11.012. Complete White Out’ on the CXR has a limited number of causes. It is often confused clinically and histologically with Wilms' tumor, rhabdomyosarcoma, lymphoma, and especially, Ewing's sarcoma. J Clin Oncol. Despite this, there can be the problem of false-positives and false-negatives in non-tumour sites . PubMed Powered by, "Calcification, suprarenal location with a displaced but normal ipsilateral kidney, vessel encasement, retrocrural adenopathy, and extension across the midline are features that allow a confident diagnosis of neuroblastoma. Wilms tumor. The incidence is much lower (3–4 per 10 000 children) in Asian countries.3 US National Wilms Tumor Study revealed that the median onset age is 38 months, … Higher cure rates continue to be sought, but there is a growing recognition that not all patients need maximum treatment. Alterations in two chromosomes, namely a deletion on the short arm of chromosome 1 (1p) seen in around a quarter of NBLs, and deletion of chromosome 11q have a poorer prognosis . •Tumors may occur anywhere along the sympathetic chain within the neck, thorax, retroperitoneum, or pelvis, or in the adrenal gland. Tumours with MYCN amplification, whether localised or metastatic, are all categorised as high risk tumours in both North American Children's Oncology Group (COG) and European (SIOPEN) neuroblastoma studies. CT should ideally now, in our opinion, be reserved for pre-operative surgical planning, particularly if there is a surgical preference for CT, when contrast-enhanced images can delineate the vasculature to best effect . Monclair T, Brodeur GM, Ambros PF, Brisse HJ, Cecchetto G, Holmes K. The International Neuroblastoma Risk Group (INRG) Staging System: An INRG Task Force Report. Neuroblastoma (NBL) is the most common solid extra-cranial tumour in childhood . Nuclear medicine studies are utilised in the diagnostic pathway to detect occult disease and assess for distant bony spread. MRI should now be the cornerstone imaging modality for all primary NBL tumours [Figure 2], whether in the neck, chest, abdomen or pelvis. Is there a sex predilection? They can be simplified as major vascular encasement, airway compression or CNS infiltration. An emerging PET/CT compound is Ga-68 DOTATATE, which utilizes somatostatin receptor expression in NBLs, in particular sub-type 2 [10,11]. Since it is a suprarenal tumor, it displaces the kidney while Wilms’ tumor destroys and … From the Archives of the AFIP. Distinguishing between the two is important, and a number of features are helpful. The other is the excessive production of vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) resulting in watery diarrhoea and failure to thrive . Radiographics. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1148/radiographics.20.6.g00nv051585. Imaging plays a pivotal role in terms of diagnosis and recent imaging advances mean that radiology has an increasingly crucial role in the management pathway. Radiographics. Most arise from the adrenal gland and displace the kidney inferomedially. The result is less stage III disease, thus some patients are down-staged. Clin Radiol. Radiotherapy directly to the mass is also routinely administered in high-risk tumours post-chemotherapy . Thoracic NBL may present with airway compromise, scoliosis or as an incidental finding on chest x-ray. The natural histories and typical clinical courses of these common tumours are very different. However, the role of chest CT is not controversial in patients who post-operatively are found to have unfavourable histology or stage III disease, as accurate staging at diagnosis appears to improve overall survival in these patients . doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejca.2011.05.025. Part of Wilms tumour classically follows the “rule of 10’s”: up to 10% may have unfavourable histology, 10% are bilateral, 10% have vascular invasion, 10% have calcifications on CT and 10% have pulmonary metastases at presentation . 2000;175(2):477–83. doi:10.1002/pbc.23222. McCarville MB. Oncogenetics and chromosomal abnormalities are increasingly recognised as important prognostic indicators and their impact on initial management is considered. High-risk patients have a more intensive chemotherapy course followed by resection then myeloablative chemotherapy . Beckwith JB, Palmer NF. doi:10.2967/jnumed.110.085100. Ultrasound abdomen of a 4 year old boy with a left-sided Wilms tumour, presenting here unusually as a solid uniform mass. • peak incidence is 2 to 3 years of age 3. MD drafted the abstract, introduction, neuroblastoma and conclusion sections, assisted with editing the manuscript including all revisions, edited the images and prepared the references. ribs indicating a posterior mediastinal mass. Nephroblastoma, also more commonly known as a Wilms tumour, is the commonest renal tumour in childhood and more typically presents as abdominal pathology with few constitutional symptoms, although rarely haematuria can be a presenting feature. It may also appear less commonly as a solid spherical mass . Gains J, Bomanji JB, Fersht N, Sullivan T, D’Souza D, Sullivan KP. Pediatric Renal Masses: Wilms Tumor and Beyond. Features that are suggestive of thoracic disease include abnormalities of the normal silhouettes typically seen on chest x-rays. Treatment of Wilms tumour is hailed as one of the greatest success stories in modern oncology. In each case the child's condition rapidly and progressively deteriorated. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(07)60983-0. Wilms tumor and neuroblastoma 1. Wilm’s tumor is the most common primary renal tumor of childhood. 2012;59(1):247–67. The non-cystic components of the Wilms mass typically show restricted diffusion on DWI. Hamilton TE, Ritchey ML, Haase GM, Argani P, Peterson SM, Anderson JR, et al. Diagn Interv Radiol . GVHD. Pastore G, Znaor A, Spreafico F, Graf N, Pritchard-Jones K, Steliarova-Foucher E. Malignant renal tumours incidence and survival in European children (1978–1997): report from the Automated Childhood Cancer Information System project. Typically, NBLs occur in early childhood with up to 90% diagnosed by 6 years of age . Histopathology and prognosis of Wilms tumor results from the first National Wilms’ Tumor Study. In more localised adrenal or other L1 tumours, pre-operative MRI is preferred over CT as no significant vascular encasement is typically present. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1148/radiographics.18.4.9672980. In rare cases, a neuroblastoma may mimic a Wilms tumor, arising from tissues in the kidney or … Gallium-68 is a generator produced positron-emitting isotope that is combined with a chelator, DOT, and an octreotide derivative peptide, TATE . Axial T2 MR of 3 year old boy showing intraspinal extent of NBL with tumour seen in both neural foramina on this single image (blue arrows). The clinical approach should involve multidisciplinary discussion following thorough risk-assessment. Axial T2 MR of a 4 year old boy with right-sided Wilms tumour and left-sided nephroblastomatosis (blue arrow). Dahnert W. Urogenital tract. It is unknown at present if the presence or absence of IDRFs affects overall survival. 2014;61(1):3–6. Despite their size and sometimes aggressive nature, NBLs tend to encase and displace structures rather than invade them [Figure 3]. If this mutates, which can be signalled by abnormal amplification, cancerous cells can develop and the resulting mass is more resistant to treatment, thus it has a more unfavourable outcome .
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