Wilms' tumor

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Wilms' tumor

[′vilmz ‚tü·mər]
(medicine)
A malignant renal tumor composed principally of mesodermal tissues. Also known as nephroblastoma.
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Renal cell carcinoma constituted the largest number of renal masses followed by wilm's tumour and lymphoma.
It may be concluded that though the number of cases with LOH were few in this study, never the less it was a poor prognostic marker in Wilm's tumour.
INTRODUCTION The renal tumours have a diverse morphological spectrum ranging from renal cell carcinoma in adults to Wilm's tumour in children.
Danielle, of Warndon, Worcester, was diagnosed with Wilm's tumour, a form of kidney cancer which affects children, last April.
It turned out to be bilateral Wilm's Tumour, the commonest renal malignancy in children.