سرطان الكلية

Kidney cancer
الأسماء الأخرىRenal cancer
Clear cell renal cell carcinoma high mag cropped.jpg
Micrograph showing the most common type of kidney cancer (clear cell renal cell carcinoma). H&E stain.
التخصصOncology, nephrology
الأعراضBlood in the urine, lump in the abdomen, back pain[1][2][3]
البداية المعتادةAfter the age of 45[4]
الأنواعRenal cell carcinoma (RCC), transitional cell carcinoma (TCC), Wilms tumor[4]
عوامل الخطرSmoking, certain pain medications, previous bladder cancer, being overweight, high blood pressure, certain chemicals, family history[1][2]
الطريقة التشخيصيةTissue biopsy[1][2][3]
العلاجSurgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, targeted therapy[1][2][3]
PrognosisFive-year survival ~75% (US 2015)[4]
التردد403,300 (2018)[5]
الوفيات175,000[5]

سرطان الكلية بالإنگليزية: Kidney cancer هي الأورام التي تنشأ من أنسجة الكلية وهنالك نوعان رئيسان لهذا السرطان مصنفان بحسب منشئهما النسيجي و هما:

يتوجب التفريق بين منشأ النوعين عند التعامل مع السرطان و ذلك لأن لكل نوع مزايا خاصة تأثر على خيارات العلاج. تنشأ السرطانات قي الكلية إما من الكليونات أو من حويضة الكلية، أهم سرطانات الكليونات: سرطانة الخلايا الكلوية والسرطانة الغدية ذات الخلايا الصافية بالإنگليزية: Clear cell adenocarcinoma، أما أكثر سرطانات حويضة الكلية شيوعاً فهي سرطانة الخلايا الانتقالية بالإنگليزية: Transitional cell carcinoma.

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أنواع سرطانات الكلية

بالإضافة لسرطانة الخلايا الكلوية و سرطانة حويضة الكلية، فإن هنالك أنواعاً أخرى من السرطان تصيب الكلية ولكنها ندارة نسبياً، من هذه الأنواع:


الأعراض

من الأعراض الشائعة المصاحبة لسرطانات الكلية ما يلي:

كما يمكن أن ينشأ السرطان دون أية أعراض تذكر ولكن ذلك قليل الحدوث. وقد تم حديثا اكتشاف أن توضع القولون يشكل علامة دالة في تشخيص سرطانات الكلية.[6]

المسببات

Factors that increase the risk of kidney cancer include smoking, which can double the risk of the disease; obesity; faulty genes; a family history of kidney cancer; having kidney disease that needs dialysis; being infected with hepatitis C; and previous treatment for testicular cancer or cervical cancer.

There are also other possible risk factors such as kidney stones[7] and high blood pressure, which are being investigated.[8] Some studies have linked regular use of NSAIDs such as ibuprofen and naproxen to increases of kidney cancer risk by up to 51%.

التشخيص

التبويب

Micrograph of a kidney cancer (chromophobe renal cell carcinoma, oncocytic variant), that may be challenging to differentiate from a benign kidney tumour (renal oncocytoma). H&E stain.
Micrograph of papillary renal cell carcinoma, a form of kidney cancer. H&E stain.

Kidney masses can be classified by the nature of the cells in the growth, or by its appearance on radiography.[9] The term cancer refers to a malignant tumor, which is an uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells.[10] However, kidney masses can be due to growth of normal tissue (benign), inflammatory (a reaction of the immune system), or vascular (cells of the blood vessels). Radiologically tumors are grouped based on appearance into simple cystic, complex cystic, or solid.[9]

The most common type of kidney malignancy is renal cell carcinoma,[11] which is thought to originate from cells in the proximal convoluted tubule of the nephron.[9][12] Another type of kidney cancer although less common, is transitional cell cancer (TCC) or urothelial carcinoma of the renal pelvis.[13] The renal pelvis is the part of the kidney that collects urine and drains it into a tube called the ureter.[13] The cells that line the renal pelvis are called transitional cells, and are also sometimes called urothelial cells. The transitional/urothelial cells in the renal pelvis are the same type of cells that line the ureter and bladder. For this reason TCC of the renal pelvis is distinct from RCC and is thought to behave more like bladder cancer.[13] Other rare types of kidney cancers that can arise from the urothelial cells of the renal pelvis are squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma.[9]

Other causes of kidney cancer include the following:[9]

In children, Wilms tumor is the most common type of kidney cancer.[9] Mesoblastic nephroma, although rare, also typically presents in childhood.

Renal cell carcinoma has been further divided into sub-types based on histological features and genetic abnormalities. The 2004 WHO Classification of the Renal Tumors of the Adults describes these categories:[17]

Tumors that are considered benign include angiomyolipoma, oncocytoma, reninoma (juxtaglomerular cell tumor), and renal adenoma.[9]


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التصوير الطبي

Since there is a large differential diagnosis for a kidney tumor, the first step is to characterize the mass with medical imaging to assess the likelihood of a benign or malignant nature. Ultrasonography is sometimes used to evaluate a suspected kidney mass, as it can characterize cystic and solid kidney masses without radiation exposure and at relative low cost.[9] Simple cysts, which are defined by strict criteria[19] are safe to be monitored if the person does not have any symptoms.[9] However, all masses that are not clearly simple cysts should be further evaluated and confirmed by alternate imaging techniques.[20][9]

Computed tomography (CT) of the abdomen administered with and without IV contrast is the ideal imaging to diagnose and stage kidney cancer.[21][20][9] There is tentative evidence that iodinated contrast agents may cause worsening of kidney function in people with chronic kidney disease (CKD) with a glomerular filtration rate (GFR) less than 45ml/min/1.73m2 and should therefore be given cautiously in this group.[22]

Abdominal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an alternative imaging method that can be used to characterize and stage a kidney mass.[23][20][9] It may be suggested if contrast material cannot be given.[23] MRI can also evaluate the inferior vena cava if the mass is suspected to extend outside the kidney.[23]

Since the lungs are the most common organ for kidney cancer to spread to, a chest X-ray or CT scan may be ordered based on the person’s risk for metastatic disease.[9][20]

الدراسات المعملية

People with suspected kidney cancer should also have their kidney function evaluated to help determine treatment options. Blood tests to determine kidney function include a comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP), a complete blood count (CBC).[24][20] In addition, these tests help understand the overall health of the person, which can be affected by metastatic disease (disease that is outside of the kidney). For example, liver or bone involvement could result in abnormal liver enzymes, electrolyte abnormalities, or anemia. A urine sample should also be collected for urinalysis.[20][9]

خزعة

The utility of renal mass biopsy (RMB) lies in that it can confirm malignancy with reliability, can direct therapy based on diagnosis, and can provide drainage.[20]

Once imaging has been completed, renal mass biopsy should be considered if there is a high likelihood that the mass is hematologic, metastatic, inflammatory, or infectious.[20] These types of lesions would not be managed surgically, differing from cancer originating from the kidney. Cancer originating outside the kidney and lymphoma are managed systemically.[9][20]

RMB can accurately diagnose malignancy, however, it cannot reliably diagnose benign disease. In other words, if the biopsy shows cancer, there is a 99.8% chance that kidney cancer is present (Positive Predictive Value= 99.8%). A negative biopsy does not rule out a diagnosis of cancer.[25]

المراحل

Staging is the process the process that helps determine the extent and spread of the disease.[26] Renal cell carcinoma is the only type of kidney cancer that can be staged. The first step of staging follows the TNM staging system proposed by the Union International Contre le Cancer that is widely used among cancers in other organs.[9] The TNM staging system classifies the primary tumor (T), lymph nodes (N) and distant metastasis (M) of the disease. The American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) published a Cancer Staging Manual revision in 2010 that describes the values of TMN for renal cell carcinoma.[27][9]

Lymph node involvement is classified as either regional lymph node metastasis (N1), or no involvement (N0).[27] Similarly, M1 describes distant metastasis, while M0 describes no distant metastasis.[27]

The primary tumor of renal cell carcinoma is categorized in the table below, as according to the AJCC 2010 7th Edition Cancer Staging Manual.[27]

Primary tumor (T)
Tx Tumor cannot be assessed
T0 No evidence of primary tumor
T1 Tumor ≤7 cm; limited to kidney
T1a Tumor ≤4 cm; limited to kidney
T1b Tumor 4-≤7 cm; limited to kidney
T2 Tumor >7 cm; limited to kidney
T2a Tumor 7-≤10 cm; limited to kidney
T2b Tumor >10 cm; limited to kidney
T3 Tumor extends to major veins or perinephric tissue but not into ipsilateral adrenal gland nor beyond Gerota's fascia
T3a Tumor grossly extends into renal vein or its' segmental branches, or tumor invades perirenal and/or renal sinus fat but not beyond Gerota's fascia
T3b Tumor grossly extends into vena cava below the diaphragm
T3c Tumor grossly extends into vena cava above the diaphragm or invades the wall of the vena cava
T4 Tumor invvades beyond Gerota's fascia

Once the cancer is described by the TNM staging system, the anatomic stage can be determined, which aides physicians in understanding prognosis.[9] The more advanced the disease the higher the number stage.[28] Renal Cell Carcinoma that is deemed metastatic is by definition Stage IV kidney cancer.[27] The lungs are the most common site for metastasis ,[20] with other common sites including bone, brain, liver, adrenal gland and distant lymph nodes.[29][28][27] Below is the AJCC 2010 7th Edition Cancer Staging Manual Staging classification.[27]

Anatomic Stage/Prognostic Groups
Tumor (T) Lymph Node (N) Metastasis (M)
Stage I T1 N0 M0
Stage II T2 N0 M0
Stage III T1 or T2

T3

N1

N0 or N1

M0

M0

Stage IV T4

Any T

Any N

Any N

M0

M1


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العلاج

Treatment for kidney cancer depends on the type and stage of the disease. Surgery is the most common treatment as kidney cancer does not often respond to chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Surgical complexity can be estimated by the RENAL Nephrometry Scoring System. If the cancer has not spread it will usually be removed by surgery. In some cases this involves removing the whole kidney however most tumors are amenable to partial removal to eradicate the tumor and preserve the remaining normal portion of the kidney. Surgery is not always possible – for example the patient may have other medical conditions that prevent it, or the cancer may have spread around the body and doctors may not be able to remove it.[30] There is currently no evidence that body-wide medical therapy after surgery where there is no known residual disease, that is, adjuvant therapy, helps to improve survival in kidney cancer. If the cancer cannot be treated with surgery other techniques such as freezing the tumour or treating it with high temperatures may be used. However these are not yet used as standard treatments for kidney cancer.[31]

Other treatment options include biological therapies such as everolimus, torisel, nexavar, sutent, and axitinib, the use of immunotherapy including interferon and interleukin-2.[32][33][34] Immunotherapy is successful in 10 to 15% of people.[35] Sunitinib is the current standard of care in the adjuvant setting along with pazopanib; these treatments are often followed by everolimus, axitinib, and sorafenib. Immune checkpoint inhibitors are also in trials for kidney cancer, and some have gained approval for medical use.[36]

In the second line setting, nivolumab demonstrated an overall survival advantage in advanced clear renal cell carcinoma over everolimus in 2015 and was approved by the FDA.[36][37] Cabozantinib also demonstrated an overall survival benefit over everolimus and was approved by the FDA as a second-line treatment in 2016.[38][39][40] Lenvatinib in combination with everolimus was approved in 2016 for patients who have had exactly one prior line of angiogenic therapy.[41]

In Wilms' tumor, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery are the accepted treatments, depending on the stage of the disease when it is diagnosed.[42]

الأطفال

The majority of kidney cancers reported in children are Wilms' tumors. These tumors can begin to grow when a fetus is still developing in the uterus, and may not cause problems until the child is a few years old. Wilms' tumor is most common in children under the age of 5, but can rarely be diagnosed in older children or in adults. It is still not clear what causes most Wilms' tumors. The most common symptoms are swelling of the abdomen and blood in the urine.[42]

الوبائيات

تشخص سنوياً أكثر من 208,500 حالة سرطان كلية حول العالم، وتشكل سرطانات الكلية ما نسبته 2% من مجموع السرطانات التي تصيب الإنسان [43]. لوحظ أن أعلى معدلات الإصابة هو في أمريكا الشمالية و أن أقلها في آسيا وأفريقيا [44]. في 2008 شخصت 54,390 حالة إصابة جديدة في الولايات المتحدة أوقعت 13,010 وفية [45] . بعض سرطانات الكلى تسري في العائلات و تورث جينياً [46] بينما البعض الآخر يرتبط حدوثه بعوامل اختطار خارجية كالتدخين والتعرض للمواد المسرطنة.

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