Kidney cancer

A cancer appears when an initially normal kidney cell is transformed and then multiplies uncontrollably, forming a cluster of abnormal cells called a tumor. Kidney cancer can originate from a cell of different parts of the kidney; in the majority of cases, it develops from a renal parenchyma cell.



  • Flank pain / Anemia

  • The presence of blood in the urine, usually without pain when urinating

  • Appearance of varicose veins in the left testicle

  • Weight Loss / Fatigue / Night sweats / Fever of unknown origin

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