Wilm's tumour is a predominantly paediatric, malignant tumour of the kidney (nephroblastoma). It generally presents unilaterally, and is bilateral in less than 5% of patients. Pathologically, three cell types can be involved: blastemal, stromal and epithelial cells.
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