Renal tumor with pancreatic metastasis: About a case report

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Metastatic lesions of the pancreas are rare and account for less than 2% of all pancreatic malignancies. Renal cell carcinoma is most commonly responsible for pancreatic metastasis. Meanwhile, the pancreas is an uncommon site of renal cell carcinoma metastasis. We report the case of a patient presented with renal tumor associated to synchronous pancreatic metastasis at the Urology department in the Rabta Hospital, who underwent a radical nephrectomy followed by immunotherapy. We will specify through a review of the literature the epidemiological, clinical, prognostic and therapeutic effects of pancreatic metastases of renal cancer.




Chaker, K., Sellami, A., Ouanes, Y., Zehani, A., Essid, M. A., Abid, K., … Nouira, Y. (2018). Renal tumor with pancreatic metastasis: About a case report. Urology Case Reports, 17, 12–14.

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