Skip to main content

Table 1 Clinicopathologic characteristics of primary renal well-differentiated neuroendocrine tumors

From: Primary renal well-differentiated neuroendocrine tumors: report of six cases with an emphasis on the Ki-67 index and mitosis

Case Age/sex Location Initial TNM stage Tumor size (cm) Metastasis at initial surgery New metastasis during follow-up (progression free interval) Follow-up status (period)
1 54/F Mid-kidney Confined to the kidney 3.8 No No NED (11 yr. 11 mo)
2 47/F Mid-kidney Confined to the kidney 2.4 No No NED (7 yr. 2 mo)
3 60/F Lower pole Confined to the kidney 1.3 No No NED (6 yr. 4 mo)
4 52/M Mid-kidney Extension renal sinus fat 5.4 Liver & lymph node No AWD (3 yr. 6 mo)
5 59/M Not stated Confined to the kidney 5.7 No Lymph node (60mo) NED (17 yr. 1 mo)
6 48/M Lower pole Confined to the kidney 8.1 Liver & bone Liver & bone (3mo) AWD (1 yr. 11 mo)
  1. AWD alive with disease, mo months, NED no evidence of disease, RN radical nephrectomy, yr. years