Urianalysis is the test in which abnormalities in urine are detected which helps in determining the presence of kidney cancer.
In urinalysis, the appearance and concentration of the urine sample is examined to detect issues like blood in urine as it can be an indicator of an infection or a benign condition. In addition to other illnesses, urinalysis detects the presence of kidney cancer. If results obtained in a urinalysis are not normal then subsequent tests are done for establishing a diagnosis for cancer.
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There are 4 stages of Kidney Cancer ranging from Stage I to Stage IV. In Stage I, the tumor is smallest in size and in Stage IV, the kidney cancer spreads to the other parts of the body including bones, lungs and brain.