Nephroblastoma (Williams tumor)

Nephroblastoma (Williams tumor)

Nephroblastoma - refers to a malignant tumor of the kidney, which contains embryonic cells. Unfortunately, in modern society, doctors quite often diagnose oncology in children. 30% of patients had a Williams tumor. Given the fact that the formation proliferates and gives metastases to neighboring organs and tissues, the specialist proceeds to the immediate treatment of the pathology.

Features of the treatment of nephroblastoma in a leading Israeli clinic Tel Aviv Medical Clinic

Our clinic employs a real team of professionals that have involved in the detection and treatment of kidney tumors for more than ten years. Our doctors have vast practical experience and knowledge, and also know how to find an approach to the child. The wards of the department equipped with everything necessary for a comfortable stay. Our medical staff annually undergo specialized training in leading European and American institutions.

The clinic has established rates at the state level. Thus, you get a wide range of services at an affordable price. In the support center for parents and children, you can get psychological help, as well as undergo a rehabilitation course. Our staff will help contact charities to raise funds for treatment.

How is the pathology manifested?

Parents of the child may not even suspect the presence of pathology. At the initial stage, the disease is asymptomatic. A doctor can often detect a tumor when it has already reached a significant size. If you notice the following suspicious symptoms, you should immediately consult a doctor:

  • presence of compaction during palpation;
  • abdominal pain;
  • loss of interest in toys;
  • digestive tract disorders;
  • increase in body temperature;
  • nausea and general malaise.

To make the correct diagnosis, the doctor conducts a comprehensive examination of the entire body of the child.

Diagnosis of the disease at Tel Aviv Medical Clinic

To make the correct diagnosis, the doctor uses the following methods: 

  • examination;
  • Ultrasound of internal organs;
  • X-ray analysis;
  • Angiography;
  • REED;
  • Echocardiography;
  • Renoscinography.

As a specialist, the specialist suggests undergoing chemotherapy and surgery. And if it is impossible to remove the affected focus altogether, take a course of radiation exposure.