Renal Cell Carcinoma

Management of small renal masses

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Educational Objective: To understand the clinical dilemma of incidentally detected SRM. When to perform a biopsy? When to consider intervention and if intervention is needed, which one?
Specialty: Urology
Target Audience: Specialists (CME: basic, intermediate), Residents (senior)
Latest update: May 2024

The increased use of imaging results in more incidentally detected small renal masses (SRM, defined as ≤4 cm in diameter). About 20-30% of these SRM are benign.