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GP Cancer Education – Investigation and management of incidentally detected renal masses

24 February @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Overview
It is important primary care health professionals are able to
confidently investigate and manage incidentally detected renal
masses. With increasing use of imaging to diagnose other
conditions, incidentally detected small renal masses and cysts
are now a common clinical scenario. Most of these represent
simple cysts that can be easily diagnosed as benign, however,
malignant masses are also discovered.

Learning outcomes*
1. Identify a patient who is at an increased risk of
developing kidney cancer
2. Describe the approach for assessing a renal mass
3. Summarise the management options for patients with a
renal mass
*Please note these learning outcomes are subject to change

Presenter
Dr Jennifer Kong
Urologist

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For more Cancer Council GP education sessions, visit cancerwa.asn.au/professionals/gp/

Venue

Online
WA Australia