The Wilms Tumour Stage determined by the results of the imaging studies and both the surgical and pathologic findings at nephrectomy (kidney removal) for a PATIENT during a Children Teenagers and Young Adults Cancer Care Spell.
|1||Stage 1: Tumour is limited to the kidney and completely resected|
|2||Stage 2: Tumour is completely resected, and there is no evidence of Tumour at or beyond the margins of resection but the Tumour extends beyond the kidney (penetration of capsule, invasion of blood vessels outside renal parenchyma)|
|3||Stage 3: There is residual Tumour following surgery that is confined to the abdomen|
|4||Stage 4: There are distant metastases (lung, liver, bone, brain), or lymph node metastases outside the abdominopelvic region|
|5||Stage 5: Involvement of both kidneys is present at diagnosis|
This attribute is also known by these names:
|plural||WILMS TUMOUR STAGES|