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From 1986 until 1990, in vivo proliferation rates (PRs) in 110 patients with renal-cell carcinoma (RCC) were immunohistochemically determined by the Ki-67 assay.
      
The treatment of metastatic renal-cell carcinoma remains a major challenge.
      
Immunotherapy is a new approach to the treatment of advanced cancer and might offer a window of hope to patients with renal-cell carcinoma.
      
This report reviews our experience with immunotherapy for renal-cell carcinoma.
      
Although it is yet experimental, adoptive immunotherapy and combined cytokine administration appears to be a promising therapeutic modality for a selected group of patients with advanced renal-cell carcinoma.
      
However, the greatest value of MRI lies in the staging of renal-cell carcinoma, specifically in cases in which CT and ultrasound findings have proved to be inconclusive.
      
Genetic alterations in sporadic renal-cell carcinoma: molecular analyses of tumor suppressor gene harboring chromosomal regions
      
On a genetic level, renal-cell carcinoma has been characterized by an abnormality on the short arm of chromosome 3 (3p), which suggests the inactivation of a tumor suppressor gene.
      
One tumor suppressor gene at 3p, the von Hippel-Lindau disease gene, is implicated in tumor development of a whole spectrum of hereditary neoplasms, including renal-cell carcinoma.
      
It is not clear whether the same tumor suppressor gene accounts for all, i.e., hereditary and sporadic, renal-cell carcinomas.
      
Analysis of 28 patients with sporadic renal-cell carcinomas for loss of heterozygosity was performed at chromosomal regions that contain known tumor suppressor genes so as to assess their potential involvement during renal tumorigenesis.
      
These data confirm the importance of a 3p defect early during tumorigenesis; however, the question as to the existence of a second renal-cell carcinoma gene remains unresolved.
      
Diagnosis and prognosis of renal-cell tumors: a molecular approach
      
This review discusses the impact of molecular genetics on the diagnosis and prediction of the prognosis for renal-cell tumors.
      
Through the use of molecular techniques, it has become possible to divide renal-cell tumors into genetically and biologically well-defined entities.
      
Localized renal-cell carcinoma: detection of abnormal cells in peritumoral tissue
      
To spare organ function, partial resection of early diagnosed renal-cell carcinoma (RCC) is applied for well-localized and small-volume RCC with increasing frequency, although recurrence of the tumor in the same kidney is occasionally observed.
      
Radical surgery for renal-cell carcinoma: caval neoplastic excision, adrenalectomy, lymphadenectomy, adjacent organ resection
      
Current controversies in nephron-sparing surgery for renal-cell carcinoma
      
Renal-cell carcinoma with intracaval neoplastic extension: stratification and surgical technique
      
 

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