Medical Definition of Renal cancer

1. About 8300 adults die each year from kidney cancer. An estimated 18100 new cases are diagnosed each year, comprising 2% of all cancers. The average age at diagnosis is 55-60 years., adenocarcinoma (hypernephroma), 80% of renal carcinoma, 66% male, associated with smoking, transitional cell or squamous carcinoma, 15% of renal carcinoma, 50% male, associated with calculous disease Excretory urography may reveal the primary lesion, the degree of local extension and evidence of compression or deviation of the ureter. REF: Rubin P. Clinical Oncology. Chapter 17. (12 Dec 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renal Cancer

renal adenocarcinoma: staging
renal adenocarcinoma: vascularity
renal agents
renal amyloidosis
renal angle
renal artery
renal artery obstruction
renal artery stenosis
renal ballottement
renal branch of lesser splanchnic nerve
renal branch of vagus nerve
renal calcification
renal calculi
renal calculus
renal cancer (current term)
renal capsule
renal carcinosarcoma
renal cast
renal cell cancer
renal cell carcinoma
renal cell carcinomas
renal cell carcinomata
renal circulation
renal clearance
renal colic
renal collar
renal columns
renal corpuscle
renal corpuscles

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