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Nierenfunktion im Alter nach radikaler Tumornephrektomie und partieller Nephrektomie

Renal function in the elderly after radical tumor nephrectomy and partial nephrectomy

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Zusammenfassung

Mit steigender Lebenserwartung und dem zunehmenden Einsatz schnittbildgebender Verfahren werden uns im klinischen Alltag immer ältere Patienten mit zufällig diagnostizierten Nierentumoren begegnen. Die vorliegende Arbeit beschäftigt sich mit der Nierenfunktion im Alter nach Tumoroperationen. Hierbei wird die aktuelle Studienlage zusammengefasst und versucht auf Basis dessen dem Leser Hilfestellungen für die Therapieentscheidungen im klinischen Alltag zu geben.

Abstract

Due to rising life-expectancy and increasing use of tomography more elderly patients with incidental renal tumors are being diagnosed. The current article gives an overview of kidney function after renal surgery in the elderly and the aim is to give assistance in clinical practice for deciding how to adequately treat these patients.

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Mehralivand, S., Thomas, C., Hampel, C. et al. Nierenfunktion im Alter nach radikaler Tumornephrektomie und partieller Nephrektomie. Urologe 51, 1375–1380 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00120-012-2919-1

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Schlüsselwörter

  • Nierenzellkarzinom
  • Nierenfunktion
  • Alter
  • Radikale Nephrektomie
  • Organerhaltende Nierentumorresektion

Keywords

  • Renal cell carcinoma
  • Kidney function
  • Age
  • Radical nephrectomy
  • Organ-sparing surgery