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Urinary System pp 166-170 | Cite as

Adenocarcinoma, Kidney, Syrian Hamster

  • Parviz M. Pour
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)

Abstract

Induced renal carcinomas have different sizes, locations, and macroscopic appearances. Small neoplasms are usually fround in the cortex; they may be cystic and grossly indistinguishable from cystadenomas. Larger tumors occasionally are cystic, but usually are solid and grayish-white with indistinct borders. Areas of necrosis, hemorrhage, and cystic degeneration can be encountered.

Keywords

Renal carcinoma cystic (papillary) carcinoma papillary carcinoma mixed tumor nephroblastoma 

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