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Fifty seven patients with renal tumor were analyzed in terms of incidence, age, sex, histopathological type, clinical presentation and risk factors regarding renal carcinoma. This study was conveyed in Chwarbakh Surgical Hospital, Sulaimaniyah Teaching Hospital, Shorsh Teaching Hospital and the private hospitals in Sulaimaniyah from December 1999-December 2002 and the data were as the following: The commonest presenting age was between 60-80 years, apart from Wilm's tumor which was betweendoi:10.33762/bsurg.2005.55422 fatcat:vvdgssak4zcxloayyt3byocqvy