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ea0048cp10 | Poster Presentations | SFEEU2017

Bladder paraganglioma presenting in pregnancy as an incidental mass on a first trimester scan

Navaneetham Nanthakrishna , Mackillop Lucy , Greenwood Catherine , Pal Aparna

Case history: This 32-year-old lady was found to have a 23 × 17 mm bladder mass incidentally identified on a first trimester scan and confirmed with renal tract ultrasound. Urine collections showed mildly raised normetadrenaline 4.32 umol/24 h (normal range 0–3.0), plasma normetanephrine 1339 pmol/l (120–1180), no metastases were identified on MRI and genetic screening was negative. The patient had two previous normal pregnancies and deliveries. BP in the curren...