Kidney cancer originates in the kidney throughout a pair of primary locations: the actual renal tubule as well as the renal pelvis. Most cancers in the renal tubule are renal cell carcinoma and clear cell adenocarcinoma. Most cancers in the renal pelvis are transitional cell carcinoma. For smokers kidney cancer is twice that of non-smokers.
Treatment for Kidney cancer is could include an urologist, a medical or radiation oncologist, or a surgeon. Surgery is the first step for Kidney cancer. The main types of surgeries are Radical nephrectomy, Simple nephrectomy, and Partial nephrectomy.
The extrapolated prevalence in Canada, is found to be 3,800 for two times of 32,507,874 population estimation used. Ongoing Research is being done at Kidney cancerCenters.