1Department of Peadiatric Surgery, Tunisia
*Corresponding author: Pasqua Maria Betta, Department of Pediatrics, Italy
Submission: March 21, 2019; Published: April 09, 2019
ISSN : 2576-9200Volume3 Issue3
Echinococcosis is a prevalent zoonosis in endemic region in the world. Although Echinococcosis can be present in all parts of the human body, renal Echinococcosis is relatively uncommon compared to liver and lung localizations. Its diagnosis is sometimes problematic. There are no specific clinical symptoms or positive result in a routine laboratory analysis that will reliably confirm the diagnosis of renal echinococco. In this study, a primary right renal hydatic cyst which was found in a 7-year-old girl has been presented. The patient was treated successfully by open surgery in combination with postoperative chemotherapy with albendazole. Physicians should be aware of its clinical presentations and complications.
Keywords: Cystic; Echinococcosis; Hydatidoses; Hydatid; Renal