Research Paper | Anatomy and Histology | India | Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021
Left Renal Tumour - Histopathogenesis
Dr. M. Someswar Rao, Dr. M. Hema Radhika, Dr. D. Asha Latha
A benign tumour is a non-cancerous growth that does not spread (metastasize) to other parts of the body and is not usually life-threatening. Many researchers believe that most of the following types of kidney tumours are benign. However, others feel that some of these tumours have the potential to develop into renal cell carcinoma. There are no diagnostic tests that can confirm if a benign tumour has the potential to become cancerous. Benign tumours are sometimes found along with renal cell carcinoma when a removed kidney is examined by a pathologist. For these reasons, benign kidney tumours are treated like malignant tumours. In this case we have observed a male cadaver with a large tumour in the left kidney during our routine dissections of undergraduates.
Keywords: Tumour, benign, kidney, malignant
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021
Pages: 789 - 791
How to Cite this Article?
Dr. M. Someswar Rao, Dr. M. Hema Radhika, Dr. D. Asha Latha, "Left Renal Tumour - Histopathogenesis", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR21712190626, Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021, 789 - 791
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