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Renal cell carcinoma diagnosed during pregnancy: a case report and literature review
Journal of International Medical Research
Diagnosing cancer during pregnancy is uncommon. Although pregnancies with concomitant malignancies have been reported, urological tumours are possibly the most rarely identified tumours during pregnancy. Renal cell carcinoma appears to be the most common urological malignancy during pregnancy. In this case report, we discuss successful management of a patient who was diagnosed with renal cell carcinoma during the antenatal period.doi:10.1177/0300060518776744 pmid:29882451 fatcat:gvf4rwzfbjgknenqvymtqi3hpu