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A CASE REPORT: A PATIENT WITH MINIMAL CHANGES OF NEPHRITIC SYNDROME AND WILM'S TUMOR

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 Start Page 519 | End Page 521

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 Wilm's tumor is the most common renal malignancy in children. Denys-Drash syndrome (DDS) and Fraisier syndrome (PS) were identified 30 years ago as both rare syndromes leading to end-stage renal failures. DDS includes a specific nephropathy characterized by diffuse mesangial sclerosis, associated with male pseudohermaphroditism, and/ or Wilm's tumor. FS is defined by the association of focal and segmental G.N, male pseudohermaphroditism and gonadoblastoma.Our subject, a 10- month-old girl, had abdominal mass (Wilm's tumor) and nephrotic syndrome. Left nephrectomy was perfumed. Histology of non- tumoral renal tissues showed minimal changed lesions. Nephrotic syndrome was steroid-resistant but after few months her symptoms and hypertension was improved spontaneously. Now after 4 years she is good and has no problem.

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