When suspected of kidney cancer, the way to confirm it is through kidney imaging study. There are no blood or urine tests that can detect kidney cancer. The only option left is some or the other type of imaging study, usually CT scan or ultrasound. At times two or more imaging studies may be needed to evaluate the malignant tumour growing in the kidney.
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