Renal cell carcinoma
Clinical presentation includes hematuria, abdominal pain, flank mass or abdominal mass, fever, weight loss, anemia, or varicocele. Many patients have tumors discovered incidentally with abdominal imaging performed for another reason.
The most common category of renal cell carcinoma is clear cell carcinoma, accounting for 60% of cases, and this histologic form is found in >80% patients with metastases. Other categories include bilateral and multifocal papillary tumors (5%-15%), indolent chromophobe tumors (5%-10%), benign oncocytomas (5%-10%), and rare but aggressive Bellini duct tumors (<1%).
Microphthalmia-associated transcription factor (MiT) family translocation renal cell carcinoma is a rare form that occurs in young patients who do not have associated risk factors.
C64.9 – Malignant neoplasm of unspecified kidney, except renal pelvis
702391001 – Renal cell carcinoma