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  1. Hypertension. The classic triad of hematuria, flank pain, and an abdominal mass is seen in 10% of patients with RCC on initial presentation. Flank pain and hematuria are the 2 most common presenting symptoms of RCC. Hypertension is seen in 22% of patients with RCC, and abdominal mass is found in 24% of patients with the disease. Radical nephrectomy is the gold standard operation for localized RCC.

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