Renal carcinoid tumor


  • A well-differentiated neuroendocrine neoplasm arising within the renal parenchyma

Clinical features


  • Rare tumor (fewer than 100 cases reported)

  • Average age, 52 years (range, 27–78 years)

  • No gender predilection

  • May arise occasionally in a horseshoe kidney or renal teratoma

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