Neuroblastoma Stage 4S

  • Etiology: disseminated neuroblastoma
  • Imaging: primary tumor often small, massive hepatic and or skin metastases
  • Clinical: age < 1 year, better prognosis, often have spontaneous regression without therapy

Radiology Cases of Neuroblastoma Stage 4S

CT of neuroblastoma Stage 4S
Coronal (above left), sagittal (above right) and axial (below left) CT with contrast of the abdomen show a large left-sided suprarenal mass which is calcified and displaces the right kidney inferiorly and posterior. Axial CT of the pelvis (below right) shows the small right gluteal subcutaneous soft tissue nodule.