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Kidney Cancer Surgery

Kidney Cancer Surgery - Symptoms

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The majority of those with kidney cancers are diagnosed when they are investigated for other complaints, even though they have no specific symptoms related to the disease. Kidney cancer diagnosed this way is usually small and at an early stage. On the other hand, about a third of all those with the disease will present late with the disease at an advanced stage.

Possible signs of symptomatic renal cell cancer include:

  • Blood in the urine
  • A mass in the abdomen
  • A pain in the side that does not go away
  • Loss of appetite or weight loss for no known reason
  • Anaemia (low blood count)

Kidney Cancer Surgery - How to prevent?

Kidney Cancer Surgery - Preparing for surgery

Kidney Cancer Surgery - Post-surgery care

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