Renal capsule metastasis from renal pelvic cancer: a case

renal capsule cancer coating the renal capsule was easily peeled off from the renal parenchyma (arrows) Fig. 2 Histopathologic examination of the rena...

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flank body wall incised to expose the left kidney. A small incision is made in the kidney capsule, and a small pocket created between capsule and kidney parenchyma. The graft is inserted into this pocket, or cells infused via Hamilton syringe and tub

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