Bone metastasizing renal tumour of childhood
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The histopathological spectrum of a large series of a recently described tumour entity is presented. Seven diagnostic features which may be encountered are described and their frequency discussed. The most striking clinical feature was the marked male preponderance (M∶F=7.6∶1). It is suggested that an appreciation of the full histopathological spectrum is necessary to ensure adequate diagnosis.
Key wordsRenal tumour Childhood Histopathology Bone metastases
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