Intraluminal Tumor of the Common Bile Duct as a Metastasis of Renal Cell Carcinoma

Takuto MIYAGISHIMA, Syunsuke OHNISHI, Makoto CHUMA, Atsuhito KISHIMOTO, Ken-ichi KUMAGAI, Jun ISHIZUKA, Takahiko KOBAYASHI, Kiichiro KAMIYA, Nozomu FUJIMOTO, Toshiya KAMIYAMA, Kazuhiro OGASAWARA, Yoshinobu HATA (+1 others)
1996 Internal medicine (Tokyo. 1992)  
A 57-year-old womanwas admitted for evaluation of liver dysfunction. A physical examination revealed jaundice and a left abdominal mass, which was diagnosed as being a large renal tumor. Cholangiography showed a smooth filling defect 1 cm in diameter at the commonbile duct. Left nephrectomy, and resection of the commonbile duct were performed. The pathological diagnosis was metastasis of the commonbile duct wall resulting from renal cell carcinoma. Metastatic commonbile duct tumors are
more » ... tumors are extremely rare. However, it is important to consider that this is one of the causes of obstructive jaundice. (Internal Medicine 35: 720-723, 1996)
doi:10.2169/internalmedicine.35.720 fatcat:dh6v6fmhrfbtxm6y7holcgcssy