Stages of wilms tumour , Biology

Stages of Wilm's tumour 

We shall now discuss about the various stages of Wilm's tumour. The extent of  disease is staged according to the findings of  surgery and  the presence of  distant metastatic disease. 

The classification as devised by National Wilm's Tumour Study Group (NWTS Group) is as under:  

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