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Two Renal Tumours with Different Behaviours-

Gross images of Oncocytoma and Renal Cell Carcinoma  

Dr Sampurna Roy MD                               


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A) Oncocytoma is a benign tumour with a characteristic macroscopic appearance -

It is a large tumour with a brownish cut surface showing central scarring.



B) Conventional Renal Cell Carcinoma - The tumour is showing a variegated appearance with yellow and hemorrhagic areas.

There is invasion through the capsule and the tumour is present in the renal vein.



   Far better to live your own path imperfectly than to live another's perfectly. Bhagavad Gita



Dr  Sampurna Roy  MD

Consultant Histopathologist (Kolkata - India)







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