nephroblastoma


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nephroblastoma

[¦nef·rə·bla′stō·mə]
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Proviral rearrangements and overexpression of a new cellular gene (nov) in myeloblastosis-associated virus type 1-induced nephroblastomas.
The overall survival rate for nephroblastoma (all stages) was 62.
13] Our series includes 5 patients who presented with bilateral lung metastases, 3 of which were secondary to nephroblastoma and 1 each to embryonal sarcoma of the liver and osteosarcoma of the femur (Fig.
Wilms' tumour or nephroblastoma is the most common primary renal tumour of childhood.
6%) were diagnosed with BL and presented with an abdominal mass, 48 patients with nephroblastoma (5.
Tumors that have been been found, at least in animal species, include ASL and other liver tumors, mammary gland carcinoma, neuroblastoma, nephroblastoma, forestomach and lung tumors, and Zymbal gland tumor.
The major childhood cancers in sub-Saharan Africa, including South Africa, are Burkitt's lymphoma and nephroblastoma.
Hepatoblastoma 9 Nephroblastoma 4 Undifferenciated embryonal sarcoma 2 Mesenchymal hamartoma 1 Hydatid cyst 1 Intrahepatic choledochal cyst 2 Hepatocellular carcinoma 1 Extragonodal yolk sac tumour 1 Note: Table made from pie chart.
Immunohistochemical demonstration of Wilms tumor gene product WT1 in a canine neuroepithelioma: providing evidence for its classification as an extrarenal nephroblastoma.
Sacrococcygeal teratoma with nephroblastoma (Wilms' tumor): a variant of extragonadal teratoma in childhood: a histologic and ultrastructural study.
To complicate matters, cystic nephroblastoma and Wilms tumor originating in or adjacent to CN have been reported.
nephroblastomas, teratomas) that are derived from immature embryonal-like cells (Gisselsson 2007).