renal adenocarcinoma

(redirected from clear cell carcinoma of kidney)

re·nal ad·e·no·car·ci·no·ma

an adenocarcinoma arising in the renal parenchyma, usually occurring in middle-aged or older people of either gender (although more common in men).

renal adenocarcinoma


carcinoma derived from glandular tissue or in which the tumor cells form recognizable glandular structures. Some are listed under the tissues or organs they invade.

adenocarcinoma of the ileum
a higher than usual prevalence is described in sheep and cattle in some very localized geographical areas, and a relationship to a high intake of bracken hypothesized. The lesions may be symptomless or cause intestinal obstruction. See also pteridium.
nasal adenocarcinoma
see enzootic nasal adenocarcinoma.
renal adenocarcinoma
causes little clinical abnormality in large animals but may be detectable as kidney enlargement during physical examination.
vaginal adenocarcinoma
occurs in white-faced sheep in high sun radiant areas due to short tail dock length or Mule's operation.