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www.milfordregional.org/social-media/patient-stories/urology/robotic-kidney...

Because the mass was in the center of her kidney, Dr. Ingham estimates there was a 60-40 chance he would have to remove the entire organ. He wouldn’t know until the surgery whether he could do the partial nephrectomy. “It depends on the size of the mass, where it is on the kidney, and how the other kidney looks,” notes Dr. Ingham.

csn.cancer.org/node/227601

Got my diagnosis last week, 7.5-8.0 cm mass on left kidney. Scheduled for laparascopic removal of kidney next month. (Apprently the surgeon is very busy). As I have read through the many posts, they all sound similar to my situation. A routine physical found blood in my urine, further tests revealed the tumor.

effectivehealthcare.ahrq.gov/products/renal-cancer/research-protocol

The true incidence of renal masses (including benign lesions) is unknown, but benign lesions comprise approximately 20% of surgically resected tumors. It is known that kidney cancer affects approximately 65,000 new patients each year with more than 13,000 deaths on an annual basis.

www.michigananimalhospital.com/kidney-removal

Nephrectomy ( Kidney removal). Primary renal neoplasia, or cancer that originates in the kidney, is rare in the dog and cat, accounting for less than 2.5 percent of all tumors. The most common tumors in dogs in descending order are renal carcinoma, transitional cell carcinoma, renal adenoma, sarcoma, nephroblastoma, lymphoma and fibroma. The majority of tumors seen are malignant, and ...

www.davincisurgery.com/procedures/urology-surgery/kidney-surgery

Risks associated with nephrectomy (kidney removal) including partial nephrectomy (removing part of the kidney) include poor kidney function often due to limited blood flow, leaking of urine, cut or tear in the spleen, pancreas or liver, bowel injury, trapped air between the chest wall and lung, injury to diaphragm (muscle separating the chest ...

www.cancer.net/cancer-types/kidney-cancer/questions-ask-health-care-team

Kidney Cancer: Questions to Ask the Health Care Team. Approved by the Cancer.Net Editorial Board, 08/2019. ON THIS PAGE: You will find some questions to ask your doctor or other members of the health care team to help you better understand your diagnosis, treatment plan, and overall care. Use the menu to see other pages.

www.verywellhealth.com/kidney-cancer-signs-symptoms-and-complications-4160376

The signs and symptoms of kidney cancer that alert people and their doctors to its presence have changed dramatically in recent years. In the past, the classic triad of flank pain, blood in the urine, and a mass in the flank were most common.

utswmed.org/medblog/early-stage-kidney-cancer-treatment

About 80 percent of the patients I see for kidney cancer are diagnosed while they are being treated for an unrelated reason. A patient may have a computed tomography (CT) scan or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan after a car accident, injury, or for another condition, and their doctor notices a growth on their kidney.

www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=207863

Angiomyolipoma: This is a benign (noncancerous) tumor of the kidney. An angiomyolipoma is composed of three types of cells: Vascular cells ("angio-") Immature smooth muscle cells ("myo-") Fat cells ("lipoma")These benign tumors are usually found in the kidney, but they occasionally occur in the liver and rarely in the ovary, fallopian tube, colon, palate, and spermati...

www.auanet.org/guidelines/renal-cancer-renal-mass-and-localized-renal-cancer...

RN was the mainstay of therapy for all renal masses for many decades. Historically, RN included the removal of the entire kidney including Gerota's/Zuckerkandel's fascia, regional lymph nodes and the adrenal gland. RN can be performed through an open incision or via minimally-invasive approaches (laparoscopic or robotic).