The most common finding is an abdominal mass
with no other symptoms/defects.
Wt may be part of a congenital syndrome, which can involve absence of the irises and/or genital abnormalities in the case of wagr syndrome; or enlarged head
, enlarged tongue
, abdominal wall defects, and eye
defects in the case of beckwith-wiedemann syndrome.
Answer assisted by Ben Ferguson, Medical Student