If the physician suspects RCC, a series of examinations, procedures, and laboratory tests are performed to confirm the diagnosis. A thorough physical examination is performed to assess the patient’s health and obtain information about symptoms and a medical history is taken to determine if there are risk factors for RCC.
One or more imaging tests are performed to obtain pictures of the kidney(s) and locate abnormalities. Some imaging tests require the injection of a special “tracer” material (dye or low-level radioactive isotope) into the patient’s bloodstream.
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Computed tomography (CT scan)
CT scan is a type of x-ray that produces a series of cross-sectional, three-dimensional images of internal organs and glands. It can detect tumors and, in some cases, lymph nodes enlarged by cancer.
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