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Published in Renal Cell Carcinoma

Expert Opinion / Cases · May 25, 2021

Management of Rare RCC Subtypes—Chromophobe Renal Cell Carcinoma

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Nazli Dizman MD

 

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  • emine sevil bavbek

    Metastatectomy if feasible. Anti VEGF TKI if complete surgery not possible


  • Giuseppe Di Lucca

    1. Surgery and/or SBRT 2. Cabozantinib


  • Laszlo Torday

    Consider local ablative therapy first (metastasectomy or SBRT). If it is not feasible, I would do a biopsy and test the sample for PD-1 and cMET. Then, based on the result, you can choose sunitinib, cabozantinib, or pembrolizumab. And I would also review the circumstances of everolimus toxicity, focusing on dose reductions and supporting measures.


  • Jun 12, 2021

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