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Bone-metastasizing renal tumour of childhood.

Marsden HB, Lawler W - Br. J. Cancer (1978)

Bottom Line: A primary renal tumour of childhood with histological appearances different from the nephroblastoma is described.This neoplasm, predominantly seen in boys, has a tendency to metastasize to bone.Such metastases are considered to be rare in nephroblastoma and this aspect in studies of Wilms' tumour series is thought to be due, for the most part, to the inclusion of a particular bone-metastasizing tumour in the material.

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A primary renal tumour of childhood with histological appearances different from the nephroblastoma is described. This neoplasm, predominantly seen in boys, has a tendency to metastasize to bone. Such metastases are considered to be rare in nephroblastoma and this aspect in studies of Wilms' tumour series is thought to be due, for the most part, to the inclusion of a particular bone-metastasizing tumour in the material.

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Bone-metastasizing renal tumour of childhood.

Marsden HB, Lawler W - Br. J. Cancer (1978)

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Bottom Line: A primary renal tumour of childhood with histological appearances different from the nephroblastoma is described.This neoplasm, predominantly seen in boys, has a tendency to metastasize to bone.Such metastases are considered to be rare in nephroblastoma and this aspect in studies of Wilms' tumour series is thought to be due, for the most part, to the inclusion of a particular bone-metastasizing tumour in the material.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT
A primary renal tumour of childhood with histological appearances different from the nephroblastoma is described. This neoplasm, predominantly seen in boys, has a tendency to metastasize to bone. Such metastases are considered to be rare in nephroblastoma and this aspect in studies of Wilms' tumour series is thought to be due, for the most part, to the inclusion of a particular bone-metastasizing tumour in the material.

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Related in: MedlinePlus