What kind of doctor removes your kidneys, a nephrologist or urologist?

Nephrectomy . A urologist is the surgical specialist of the kidney and a nephrologist is the medical specialist of the kidney. So a urologist would remove a kidney.
Removal of kidney. Urologist is the surgeon. Nephrologist is an internal medicine physician.

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What kind of doctor should I see for a small angiomyolipoma in my kidney? Not sure if a urologist or a nephrologist is best.

See a urologist. And follow up ( if you need surgery or observation ). Read more...
Urologist. Nephrologists are "medical" kidney doctors that don 't get involved in surgical intervention. It would be best to f/u with a urologist; best early treatment/management is observation. No intervention is typically warranted until the lesion is well over 5 cm in diameter. At greater than 10 cm, there is a higher risk of spontaneous rupture. Tx can be excision/nephrectomy/rfa/cryotherapy/embolization. Read more...
Angiomyolipoma. Small angiomyolipoma are generally not hazardous. See a urologist first. An experienced interventional radiologist can perform cryoablation of these small tumors. Read more...