UROLOGIC MALIGNANCIES IN PATIENTS WITH KIDNEY TRANSPLANT


Authors: J. Pacovsky;  P. Navrátil;  M. Broďák;  L. Holub;  J. Košina;  P. Hušek
Authors‘ workplace: Urologická klinika, FN a LF UK v Hradci Králové
Published in: Urol List 2009; 7(1): 49-54

Overview

This paper offers an overview on a tumor pathogenesis in patients after organ transplantations. The urologic malignancies represent common tumor complications occurring in the patients after trans­plantations, with kidney tumors having the highest incidence. The authors of this article present general recommendations for screening malignancies and therapeutic approaches. The care about patients with tumor after the transplantation requires interdisciplinary and often individualized approach in specialized centers.

KEY WORDS:
transplantation, urologic malignancies, complication


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