Bladder cancer usually takes place in the bladder and can be characterised by symptoms like blood discharge in the urine, frequent urination, pain during urination, and even cramps in the abdomen and pelvic region of the body. Smoking and infections caused by parasites can lead of this type of cancer.
HOW IS BLADDER CANCER DIAGNOSED?
Urologists may diagnose bladder cancer through the following ways: Physical examination including rectal, prostate examination (for men) and pelvic examination (for women) • Evaluation of health history • Urine test and urine culture • Cystoscopy for examining the bladder • Biopsies for determining the stage of cancer • CT Urogram • Ultrasound and MRI • Bone scan and chest X-ray
HOW IS BLADDER CANCER TREATED?
The treatment for bladder cancer are: 1.TURP surgery 2. Immunotherapy agents 3.Homeopathic medicines
DID YOU KNOW?
Transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) is the most common type of bladder cancer.