• Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumor (TURBT)

    Any of the several cancers that develop in the tissues of the bladder are referred to as bladder cancer. Blood in the pee, urinating discomfort, and low back pain are all symptoms. It is brought on when the bladder's lining epithelial cells develop into cancer. Smoking, a family history of the disease, radiation therapy in the past, recurrent urinary tract infections, and exposure to certain chemicals are all risk factors for bladder cancer. Cancer of the transitional cell type is the most prevalent kind. Squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma are further kinds. The usual method of diagnosis is cystoscopy with tissue biopsies. Medical imaging and transurethral resection are used to stage the malignancy.

    The cancer's stage determines the course of treatment. It could involve a mix of surgery, radiation treatment, chemotherapy, or immunotherapy. Transurethral resection, partial or total bladder removal, and urine diversion are among surgical alternatives.

    Blood in the urine is a common symptom of bladder cancer and may be visible or only detected under a microscope. The most prevalent and painless sign of bladder cancer is blood in the urine. Visible blood in the urine could only be present for a short time, thus a urine test might be necessary to establish the presence of non-visible blood.

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