Prognostic Factors and Postoperative Survival in Clear Cell Renal Carcinomas. A Histopathological Diagnosis

Introduction: a cell that is clear The most prevalent kind of Renal Cell Carcinoma that arises in adulthood is ccRCC, which has the worst prognosis among the major epithelial cancers of these organs. A high blood supply characterises this neoplasm.

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