General Surgery Board Review Sample Question 1
A 55-year-old man presents with vague abdominal pain and is found to have a retroperitoneal indiscrete mass that is suspicious for retroperitoneal (RP) fibrosis. Which of the following is the most accurate statement regarding RP fibrosis?
- AMore common in women
- BStrong association with methysergide
- CBilateral ureteral encasement occurs in 5% of cases
- D5 year survival is 50%
- ESurgical excision is the mainstay therapy
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