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Renal Cancer (or) Kidney Cancer


Some of the complications of kidney cancer include reduced kidney functioning, renal failure, the spread of cancer to other organs, such as the lungs and liver, progressive increase in pain intensity, and significantly reduced quality of life.

The types of kidney cancer include:

  • Renal cell carcinoma: Cancer initiates in the lining of the tubules of the kidney. It is the most common kidney cancer.
  • Renal sarcoma: This type of kidney cancer occurs in the connective tissues of the kidneys. It has the potential to spread to nearby bones and organs.
  • Transitional cell cancer: This cancer initiates at the point of connection between the ureter and the kidney (renal pelvis). It may also occur in the bladder or ureters.
  • Wilms tumor: It is commonly found in children and accounts for almost 5% of all kidney cancers.

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