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Computed tomography and ultrasound demonstration of squamous cell carcinoma of the kidney

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      Abstract

      The computed tomography and ultrasound appearance of a case of squamous cell carcinoma of the kidney is reported and the relevant clinical and urographic findings in this rare entity are reviewed.

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