Oncocytoma, Kidney, Rat

  • Peter Bannasch
  • Heide Zerban
  • Y. S. Ahn
  • Hans J. Hacker
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)


The oncocytoma is usually not visible with the naked eye but is only detected under the microscope.


Cell Pathol Renal Oncocytoma Clear Cell Tumor Renal Cell Tumor Ferric Nitrilotriacetate 
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  • Peter Bannasch
  • Heide Zerban
  • Y. S. Ahn
  • Hans J. Hacker

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