Vincent Nagy, Andrej Böör, Ondřej Hes
We present a case report of a patient with a risk of premature birth in which a renal tumour was incidentally diagnosed during hospitalization. They used USG and MR. Upon urological recommendation, they induced spontaneous delivery in the 36th gestational week. Physiological birth was without complications. A healthy boy was born. Radical nephrectomy was performed on the day 6 postpartum. Histologically, it was a rare oncocytic papillary renal carcinoma with negative surgical margins and was confirmed by immunohistochemistry. The postoperative course was characterized by extremely adverse oncological development and poor patient prognosis. Control examinations for respiratory distress a year after surgery confirmed a metastatic process in the chest and two years after surgery generalization of renal carcinoma despite oncological biological treatment with sutent and everolimus.