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Figure 2 Ganglioneuroblastoma. (a) Ultrasound and CT abdomen of a 5-year-old child with pain in abdomen show a well-defined right suprarenal mass. The mass appears hypoechoic/hypodense on USG/NCCT and shows minimal enhancement on postcontrast CT. The mass is causing minimal compression of IVC (better seen on MPR image). Photograph of the surgical specimen (b) shows a solid mass. H&E stained slide (c) shows ganglion cells with fibrillary stroma. CT, computed tomography; H&E, haematoxylin & eosin; IVC, inferior vena cava; MPR, multiplanar reformation; NCCT, noncontrast computed tomography; USG, ultrasonography.

Figure 2 Ganglioneuroblastoma. (a) Ultrasound and CT abdomen of a 5-year-old child with pain in abdomen show a well-defined right suprarenal mass. The mass appears hypoechoic/hypodense on USG/NCCT and shows minimal enhancement on postcontrast CT. The mass is causing minimal compression of IVC (better seen on MPR image). Photograph of the surgical specimen (b) shows a solid mass. H&E stained slide (c) shows ganglion cells with fibrillary stroma. CT, computed tomography; H&E, haematoxylin & eosin; IVC, inferior vena cava; MPR, multiplanar reformation; NCCT, noncontrast computed tomography; USG, ultrasonography.