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Table 1 Summary of clinical presentation, radiology, treatment, and outcome of renal squamous cell carcinoma cases

From: Primary squamous cell carcinoma of the kidney: a case report and review of the literature

References Sex Age (years) Clinical presentation Radiology Treatment Outcome
Hassan et al. [4] Male 45 Right flank pain Staghorn calculus, hydronephrosis, peri-nephric stranding Right nephrectomy Not reported
Jain et al. [5] Male 50 Intermittent right flank pain present for 2 months Staghorn calculi, hydronephrosis Nephrectomy Unknown
Jain et al. [5] Male 87 Left lower abdominal pain for 2 months Staghorn calculi, hydronephrosis Nephrectomy Died in hospital due to a cardiac event
Jain et al. [5] Female 50 Left flank pain present for 3 months Renal and ureteric stones, non-functioning kidney Nephrectomy, adjuvant cisplatin-based chemotherapy Alive 3 months following surgery
Jain et al. [5] Male 53 Bilateral flank pain present for 5 months Right renal calculi, hydronephrosis, poorly functioning kidney Nephrectomy, adjuvant cisplatin-based chemotherapy Alive 5 months following surgery
Bhaijee [6] Female 77 Loss of weight Renal mass in the upper pole of the left kidney staghorn calculus, renal vein thrombosis Nephrectomy Alive 6 months following surgery
Paonessa et al. [7] Female 70 Vague abdominal pain Renal mass in the upper pole of the left kidney, with calcifications Nephrectomy Not reported
Palmer et al. [8] Female 46 Incidental finding Bilateral renal calculi, hydronephrosis, peri-nephric stranding Right nephrectomy Died 8 days following surgery
Jiang et al. [14] Male 51 Left flank pain Irregular-shaped cystic mass with calculus None Died after 6 months
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