A new guideline from the American Urological Association provides clinicians with advice on best practices for managing patients with localized renal masses and cancers.
It is well established that infiltrative renal masses (IRMs) are mostly malignant and aggressive. Yet, until recently, the standard practice in radiology hasn’t been to routinely assess or document IRMs. To better understand the prevalence and significance of IRMs, researchers in the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute led a new and revealing investigation.
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