Two cases of a renal epithelial tumour resembling immature nephron

Virchows Archiv. A, Pathological Anatomy and Histopathology
Yoji NagashimaK Misugi

Abstract

Two cases of renal epithelial tumours are reported in females aged 46 and 66 years respectively. In spite of the large size of the tumours, neither invasive growth nor metastasis was observed. Histologically, the tumours were composed of immature epithelial cells forming tubules with abortive glomeruloid structures. Electron microscopy of tumour cells revealed poorly developed polarity and intracytoplasmic organelles. They showed similar immunohistochemical reactions to those of developing nephrons, particularly to those of the S-shaped body. The nuclear DNA content of the tumour cells was almost euploid. We conclude that the lesions were epithelial tumours of the kidney histologically mimicking developing renal parenchyma.

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