Ossifying Renal Tumor of Infancy
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Ossifying renal tumor of infancy is an intracalyceal mass composed of osteoid trabeculae, osteoblast-like cells, and a spindle cell component.
Ossifying renal tumor of infancy is an extremely rare neoplasm, there few reported cases (Hu et al. 2013).
Usually diagnosed in the first 2 years of life
It affects predominantly in boys (6:1 male-to-female ratio).
There is no site predilection.
The treatment modalities for ossifying renal tumors of infancy are either nephrectomy or partial nephrectomy depending on the size and location of the tumor.
Ossifying renal tumors of infancy are believed to be benign in nature, as there have been no reports of progression or malignant disease.
It is grossly well-circumscribed mass.
Ossifying renal tumor of infancy has three major components: an osteoid core, osteoblastic cells within and at the periphery of the osteoid, and bland spindle cells. The latter...