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ossifying renal tumor of infancy

Thursday 14 August 2014

The ossifying renal tumor of infancy is a rare neoplasm diagnosed in the first 2 years of life, predominantly in boys. The neoplasm is primarily characterized by the presence of a large ossifying component. Its most common mode of presentation is hematuria, and it has a uniformly benign behavior.


- clonal trisomy 4

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- Clonal trisomy 4 cells detected in the ossifying renal tumor of infancy: study of 3 cases. Liu J, Guzman MA, Pawel BR, Pezanowski DM, Patel DM, Roth JA, Halligan GE, de ChadarĂ©vian JP. Mod Pathol. 2013 Feb;26(2):275-81. doi:10.1038/modpathol.2012.120 . PMID: #22976287# (Free)