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Figure 3: Endoscopic and histopathological appearance of renal cell carcinoma. (a) Photograph taken at colonoscopy demonstrating intraluminal appearance of renal cell carcinoma. (b) Photograph of the postoperative pathological specimen. Axial section at the level of mid-pole of the right kidney demonstrating direct invasion to the right colon. (c) Photomicrograph of axial histopathological section showing severe nephrosclerosis indicated by dense lymphocytic interstitial infiltrate (red asterisk) and glomerulosclerosis. Red arrow indicates a 400 μm deposit of clear cell renal cell carcinoma (ISUP grade 4). (d) Photomicrograph of axial histopathological section of the colon showing preserved colonic mucosa (red arrow) with complete effacement of the submucosa and muscularis mucosa by clear cell renal cell carcinoma (area below red interrupted line)

Figure 3: Endoscopic and histopathological appearance of renal cell carcinoma. (a) Photograph taken at colonoscopy demonstrating intraluminal appearance of renal cell carcinoma. (b) Photograph of the postoperative pathological specimen. Axial section at the level of mid-pole of the right kidney demonstrating direct invasion to the right colon. (c) Photomicrograph of axial histopathological section showing severe nephrosclerosis indicated by dense lymphocytic interstitial infiltrate (red asterisk) and glomerulosclerosis. Red arrow indicates a 400 μm deposit of clear cell renal cell carcinoma (ISUP grade 4). (d) Photomicrograph of axial histopathological section of the colon showing preserved colonic mucosa (red arrow) with complete effacement of the submucosa and muscularis mucosa by clear cell renal cell carcinoma (area below red interrupted line)