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Can kidney cancer appear anaemic symptom?

2017-10-09 17:18

The clinical manifestations of kidney cancer are variable. In addition to hematuria, pain and swelling of the three typical symptoms, there are still many manifestations of kidney cancer of the urinary system of non renal such as high fever, abnormal liver function, anemia, hypertension, polycythemia and hypercalcemia. Therefore, it is necessary to pay attention to whether the indicators and manifestations of these kidneys are abnormal or not.

Can kidney cancer appear anaemic symptom?

Smoking and alcohol consumption can speed up the disease, and the etiology of renal tumors is still unclear. Studies have shown that aromatic hydrocarbons, aromatic amines, aflatoxins, hormones, radiation and viruses can cause kidney cancer; and some genetic diseases such as tuberous sclerosis, neurofibromatosis can also be combined with kidney cancer. In addition, kidney stones associated with renal pelvic carcinoma may be associated with local chronic stimulation.

In addition, another important catalyst for kidney cancer is smoking. Clinical data show that the incidence of kidney cancer in severe smokers is higher than that in mild smokers, and smoking duration is directly related to the prevalence of kidney cancer. This is mainly because the two methyl nitrosamine component in tobacco may cause kidney cancer.

Therefore, do not ignore the harmful effects of smoking, drinking and other bad habits on your daily life. Chronic smoking and other risk factors, such as alcoholism and occupational exposure, can further increase the risk of kidney cancer.

Through the above description can be seen in kidney cancer may lead to symptoms of anemia, but the reasons for anemia is very much, only after the diagnosis can be confirmed in the end is what causes anemia, hope to provide reference for the diagnosis of renal carcinoma above.

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