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Title: Renal cell carcinoma - a local experience
Authors: Tung, K.H. 
Foo, K.T.
Rauff, A. 
Foong, W.C.
Tan, L.K.
Issue Date: 1981
Citation: Tung, K.H., Foo, K.T., Rauff, A., Foong, W.C., Tan, L.K. (1981). Renal cell carcinoma - a local experience. Annals of the Academy of Medicine Singapore 10 (2) : 190-193. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A review of 23 cases of renal cell carcinoma was undertaken. The sex distribution was 3.6 males to 1 female, the male preponderance being higher than in most reported series. The tumour was most common in the 6th and 7th decades of life. Hematuria was the commonest presenting symptom (52.2%); however, all the features of the classical triad of hematuria, loin pain and swelling, were not present in any of our patients; 26% of patients presented with non-urological symptoms. At the time of diagnosis, 4 patients (17.3%) had evidence of metastasis. Another 4 developed secondaries after nephrectomy. Our approach to renal cell carcinoma has been aggressive and all 23 patients including those with metastasis were treated by nephrectomy.
Source Title: Annals of the Academy of Medicine Singapore
ISSN: 03044602
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