Wilms Tumor - Nursing Care

by Cathy Parkes January 24, 2024 Updated: February 16, 2024

It is vital to avoid palpating the abdomen of a child with Wilms Tumor, as this may cause cancer to spread.
It is vital to avoid palpating the abdomen of a child with Wilms Tumor, as this may cause cancer to spread. Be sure to post "do not palpate abdomen" signs in the patient's room!

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