Wilms' tumour (nephroblastoma) is the most common renal tumour in children. Wilms' tumour in adults is extremely rare and has a poorer.
Histopathologically there is no difference between Wilms' tumor occured in adult and child. The genetic basis of Wilms' tumor is complicated.
Wilms' tumor presents a diagnostic problem due to its rare occurrence in adults. Most of the cases of adult Wilms' tumor are diagnosed.
Rare, prognosis considered poor in past but now overall survival is 83% (J Clin Oncol ;); Reports showing worse overall survival compared to.
Wilms' tumor is the commonest primary malignant renal tumor in childhood. Rarely, it may present in the adult age group. We report a.