Cáncer Renal.


  • Juan Pablo Lezana Vega



Palabras clave:

Cáncer renal, Carcinoma de células renales, Biopsia renal, Grado de Fuhrman


El diagnóstico y tratamiento del cáncer renal ha cambiado de forma importante en los últimos años. La incidencia mundial ha aumentado, pero la sobrevida también ha mejorado con el diagnóstico temprano de masas renales de forma incidental, debido al uso cada vez más frecuente de estudios de imagen del abdomen con otros fines diagnósticos.

El carcinoma de células renales es un grupo heterogéneo de tumores con subtipos histológicos y alteraciones moleculares y genéticas diversas.


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Lezana Vega, J. P. (2018). Cáncer Renal. Revista Guatemalteca De Urología, 5(1), 3–8. https://doi.org/10.54212/27068048.v5i1.78



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