Renal cancers and disease

A renal cortical tumour is a growth that develops when kidney malignancies alter and grow out of control. A tumour may be benign, slow-growing, or malignant. About 85% of diagnoses of adult kidney cancer are of the renal cell carcinoma variety. The proximal renal tubules, which are part of the kidney's filtration system, are where this type of cancer arises. Each kidney contains thousands of these small filtering units. Later in this guide, the various strategies for treating renal cell carcinoma are covered.

Certain types of renal cancers are:

  • Lymphoma

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