Surveillance for small renal masses appears safe at 10 years

May 14, 2020

Data from a large registry showed that active surveillance for small renal masses was safe and noninferior to primary intervention at 10 years. In this video, senior author Phillip M. Pierorazio, MD, of Johns Hopkins University discusses results of the study presented as part of the AUA 2020 Virtual Experience.

Data from a large registry showed that active surveillance for small renal masses was safe and noninferior to primary intervention at 10 years. In this video, senior author Phillip M. Pierorazio, MD, of Johns Hopkins University discusses results of the study presented as part of the American Urological Association 2020 Virtual Experience.