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Renal Masses: Benign or Malignant?

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The invaluable Special Report Renal Masses: Benign or Malignant?, tells you what you need to know about better diagnostic imaging using the latest technology.

In this special report you will learn about:

  • Detecting renal masses;
  • Determining if it is solid or cystic;
  • Solid with fat;
  • Solid without fat.
  • Cystic masses;
  • Bosniak classifications I through IV;
  • The new IIF classification;
  • How the Bosniak classifications help determine follow up;
  • The staging system for renal cell carcinoma;
  • The meaning of Stages I through IV;
  • Other conditions which can mimic a renal mass;
  • Renal transitional cell carcinoma;
  • The many patterns of renal TCC;
  • Renal lymphoma;
  • Benign renal masses;
  • Oncocytoma;
  • Angiomyolipoma;
  • How to distinguish AML from a fat-containing RCC;
  • And much more.

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Don Deye, M.D.
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