malignant rhabdoid tumour

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malignant rhabdoid tumour

A rare, aggressive tumour that usually arises in the kidneys of children, but which may be extrarenal in adults.

Prognosis
Highly aggressive; extremely poor prognosis; patients may die within weeks of being diagnosed.
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The differential diagnosis of a renal neoplasm ranges from more common entities, including neuroblastoma, nephroma and Wilms' tumour, to less frequent ones, such as renal cell carcinoma, and rare entities, such as ossifying renal tumour of infancy (ORTI).