Can you please describe renal cancer on the lungs?

Likely metastasis . That terminology likely refers to the spread, or metastasis, of kidney (renal) cancer from its original location in the kidney itself. This is distinct from lung cancer which refers to cancers which arise from the lung itself.

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What exactly is renal cancer on the lungs?

Metastatic disease. This occurs when the kidney cancer has progressed and has spread to the lungs. Kidney cancer, like all cancers, can spread (metastasize) if left untreated. Kidney cancer typically spreads to local lymph nodes, other organs, and also the lungs. Read more...
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Erosion of the floor of the anterior cranial fossa and crista galli. What does that mean? Have metastasis to brain and lungs from renal cancer

Sorry to hear this. Suspect there is involvement of skull and brain, and indeed may be presence of carcinomatous meningitis. This is a difficult development and hopefully an oncologist can assist the current difficult issues. Read more...