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Renal cell carcinoma and chronic lymphocytic leukemia

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Hematological malignancies with renal cell carcinoma (RCC) are rarely seen that was reported as case series. The incidence of lymphoid malignancy with RCC is higher than expected in general population [13].

We present here an 82-year-old female patient with coincidence of RCC and chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). The patient referred to our clinic with high lymphocyte count. On physical examination, the patient was normal with a blood pressure of 100/65 mmHg, and general condition was good. Her blood parameters were as follows: hemoglobin 11.2 g/dl, MCV 87.9 fL, leukocyte count 16.610/mkrL, lymphocyte count 10.360/mkrL, platelet count 242.000/mkrL, urea 57 mg/dl, creatinine 1.31 mg/dl, and erythrocyte sedimentation rate 39 mm/h. There was ++ erythrocytes in her urine test. Immunohistochemical examination of bone marrow was stained positively with CD5, CD20, CD23, and 80 % of the lymphoid cells. Trisomy of chromosome 12 was positive, and del 13q, 17p was negative. CLL was d