Which of the following statement about Renal Cell Carcinoma (Hypemephroma) is false

Which of the following statement about
Renal Cell Carcinoma (Hypemephroma)
is false:
a) Originate in the cortex
b) Histologically are usually Adenocarcinomas
c) May present with varicocele
d) Radiosensitive
Correct Answer - D
Answer is D (Radiosensitive):
Renal cell carcinoma is a relatively radioresistant tumor.
Renal cell carcinoma originates in the Renal cortex
`Renal cell carcinoma originates in the Renal cortex and tends to
grow out into perinephric tissue causing the typical bulge or mass
effect that aids in their detection by diagnostic imaging studies’ –
Smith’s Urology
Renal Cell carcinoma are adenocarcinomas
Histologically Renal cell carcinoma is most often a mixed
adenocarcinoma — Smith’s Urology
Renal cell carcinomas may present with varicocele
'Renal cell carcinomas may present with Rapidly developing
varicocele. Varicocele is usually observed on the left side. This
occurs because left gonadal vein is obstructed where it joins the left
renal vein.
Renal cell carcinomas are Relatively Radioresistant tumors
Renal cell carcinomas are generally considered radioresistant
tumors
Role of Radiotherapy in renal Cell carcinoma
Preoperative Radiation has shown no impact on survival
Postoperative Radiation has also shown no evidence of improved
survival but may be used as it shows improvement in local control.
Palliative Radiotherapy has been shown to be effective in metastatic
disease to brain, bone and lungs.