Author(s): Ankur Sharma 1 , Goonj Johri 2
ABSTRACT: Angiomyolipoma is the most common benign renal neoplasm and with increasing size, the chances of complications also arise. Lesions more than 4 cms require close followup or intervention to minimise the risk of complications. Wunderlich syndrome or Spontaneous Renal Haemorrhage is a potentially life threatening condition, which usually presents as an acute emergency. We present a case of a subacute presentation, in which there was spontaneous haemorrhage in the angiomyolipoma. Also, we would like to highlight the failure to adequately diagnose pre-operatively the correct nature of the tumour.