Wilms' tumor

Nguyen Ha, MD.*, Eva Leinart, MD., PhD.**

*  Director of Imaging Diagnosis Department, Maternal Tudu Hospital, 284 Cong Quynh St Dist 1, Hochimin City, Vietnam.  
** Inner Vision Women's Ultrasound, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
  

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Images 3,4: Image 3 shows a transverse view of the kidney tumor. Image 4 shows a vascularization of the tumor.

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Images 5,6: Images show a vascularization of the tumor.

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Images 7: increased amount of the amniotic fluid.

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