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Chromophobe Renal Cell Carcinoma Eosinophilic Variant Grade 2
Is there a difference in the prognosis for typical and eosinophilic variant of chromophobe renal cancer?
Yes: Chromophobe renal cell carcinomas are classified into typical and eosinophilic variants depending on the predominant cell type. The evcrcc is not as common as the typical variant and is likely to be mistaken for oncocytoma because of the predominance of type i cells and hence the significance. The eosinophilic variant has been reported to have a better prognosis than typical variant. ...Read more
My son had left kidney removed 2 yrs ago with renal cell carcinoma. He now has CHF not under control, is this serious?
Yes: Both conditions are serious.Get a more detailed answer ›
What to expect in my husbands diagnoses, he has stage 4 renal cell carcinoma. 2.5 CM tumor on right lung, one in vera cava vein, left kidney out..
Serious situation: From your description, your husband has advanced kidney cancer including at least a solitary lung metastasis. Not sure if you mean he had renal vein involvement on the kidney specimen or whether there is tumor left behind after removal. Next step would be chemotherapy or (less likely) immunotherapy. Not likely a role for radiotherapy. If lung lesion is only remaining site, may be role to remove. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im worried i had a small renal cell carcinoma mass removed 1 and 1/2 years ago. Today i had a cmp and cbc drawn. My results where abnormal. On my cbc with diff the diff part showed slight macrocytes slight polychromasia myelocytes and nucleated rbc. My cm
What is the survival rate for sarcomatoid renal cell carcinoma after a partial nephrectomy. Encapsulated and clear margins
Good: The survival rate for renal cell carcinoma is determined by several factors, including the stage and grade. Although sarcomatoid is a more aggressive variant of the disease, most predictive programs do not factor this into estimates of survival. For a small tumor (< 4 cm), well encapsulated and completely removed the 5 year survival should be > 90%. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Most likely Stage I: All tumors are staged by the tumor, nodes, metastasis (staging system). Stage i kidney tumors are less than 7 CM in size and have no evidence of lymph node as well as distant metastasis. Stage ii tumors are larger than 7 CM and have no lymph node or distant metastasis. Stage iii tumors are locally advanced. Stage IV tumors have spread to lymph nodes or other organs. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My brother has ust been diagnosed with renal cell carcinoma are my sister and I likely to get it too?
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