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MORPHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF RENAL-CANCER

STORKEL, S. & VANDENBERG, E., Jun-1995, In : World journal of urology. 13, 3, p. 153-158 6 p.

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STORKEL, S., & VANDENBERG, E. (1995). MORPHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF RENAL-CANCER. World journal of urology, 13(3), 153-158.

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STORKEL, S ; VANDENBERG, E. / MORPHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF RENAL-CANCER. In: World journal of urology. 1995 ; Vol. 13, No. 3. pp. 153-158.

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STORKEL, S & VANDENBERG, E 1995, 'MORPHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF RENAL-CANCER', World journal of urology, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 153-158.

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MORPHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF RENAL-CANCER. / STORKEL, S; VANDENBERG, E.

In: World journal of urology, Vol. 13, No. 3, 06.1995, p. 153-158.

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STORKEL S, VANDENBERG E. MORPHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF RENAL-CANCER. World journal of urology. 1995 Jun;13(3):153-158.


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title = "MORPHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF RENAL-CANCER",
abstract = "The current classification of renal-cell adenomas (RCAs) and carcinomas (RCCs) is based on eight basic cell and tumor types (entities) with characteristic morphologic features: (1) RCCs of clear-cell type, (2) RCAs/RCCs of chromophilic-cell type, (3) RCAs/RCCs of chromophobic-cell type, (4) RCCs of duct Bellini type, (5) RCCs of transitional-cell type, (6) RCCs of neuroendocrine type, (7) RCAs of oncocytic type, and (8) RCAs of metanephroid type. Tumors with a proposed histogenesis from the proximal tubule (clear-cell and chromophilic tumors) amount to 85{\%}; of renal cancers, whereas tumors with a proposed histogenesis from the connecting tubule/ collecting duct (chromophobic-, oncocytic-, and duct Bellini-type tumors) amount to only 11{\%}. The remaining tumor types represent rare entities (less than 1{\%} each). Tumor cytogenetics data confirm the proposed eight morphologic subtypes and give further indications for type-specific tumor development and progression.",
keywords = "COLLECTING DUCT CARCINOMA, CELL CARCINOMA, TUMOR, ONCOCYTOMA",
author = "S STORKEL and E VANDENBERG",
year = "1995",
month = "6",
language = "English",
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N2 - The current classification of renal-cell adenomas (RCAs) and carcinomas (RCCs) is based on eight basic cell and tumor types (entities) with characteristic morphologic features: (1) RCCs of clear-cell type, (2) RCAs/RCCs of chromophilic-cell type, (3) RCAs/RCCs of chromophobic-cell type, (4) RCCs of duct Bellini type, (5) RCCs of transitional-cell type, (6) RCCs of neuroendocrine type, (7) RCAs of oncocytic type, and (8) RCAs of metanephroid type. Tumors with a proposed histogenesis from the proximal tubule (clear-cell and chromophilic tumors) amount to 85%; of renal cancers, whereas tumors with a proposed histogenesis from the connecting tubule/ collecting duct (chromophobic-, oncocytic-, and duct Bellini-type tumors) amount to only 11%. The remaining tumor types represent rare entities (less than 1% each). Tumor cytogenetics data confirm the proposed eight morphologic subtypes and give further indications for type-specific tumor development and progression.

AB - The current classification of renal-cell adenomas (RCAs) and carcinomas (RCCs) is based on eight basic cell and tumor types (entities) with characteristic morphologic features: (1) RCCs of clear-cell type, (2) RCAs/RCCs of chromophilic-cell type, (3) RCAs/RCCs of chromophobic-cell type, (4) RCCs of duct Bellini type, (5) RCCs of transitional-cell type, (6) RCCs of neuroendocrine type, (7) RCAs of oncocytic type, and (8) RCAs of metanephroid type. Tumors with a proposed histogenesis from the proximal tubule (clear-cell and chromophilic tumors) amount to 85%; of renal cancers, whereas tumors with a proposed histogenesis from the connecting tubule/ collecting duct (chromophobic-, oncocytic-, and duct Bellini-type tumors) amount to only 11%. The remaining tumor types represent rare entities (less than 1% each). Tumor cytogenetics data confirm the proposed eight morphologic subtypes and give further indications for type-specific tumor development and progression.

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KW - ONCOCYTOMA

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