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Want to expand your knowledge about bladder and renal cell carcinoma? Then you have come to the right place. Here is sqadia.com medical video lecture to serve the objective. It’ll help you get a better comprehension of bladder cancer, its pathology and epidemiology. Additionally, clinical presentation, treatment options, chemotherapy along with staging and prognosis has been elaborated in-detail.
The key objective of this section is on the bladder cancer. In the beginning, an overview has been put forth. Following this, epidemiology has been delineated. In addition to this, pathology and pathogenesis has been shed light upon. Along with this, low grade non-invasive papillary tumors have also been explained.
Clinical Features of Bladder Cancer
Initially, a range of clinical features have been mentioned. Amongst these, hematuria, ureteral obstruction and flank pain has been explicated. Additionally, staging also has been explained. The categorization of bladder cancer as per TNM classification range from T1 to T4. Conclusively, diagnosis has been shed light upon. Radionuclide imaging, bladder barbotage and cystoscopy has been conversed about in-detail.
Treatment of Bladder Cancer
This section talks about the treatment strategies. Firstly, management and non-muscle invasive disease has been expounded. Additionally, solitary papillary lesions and CIS and recurrent disease has been explained. Furthermore, muscle invasive disease and catheterization, chemotherapy and external beam radiation has been presented. Radical cystectomy and chemotherapy along with the contraindications have been shed light upon. In the end, survival, metastatic disease and management has been comprehensively conversed about.
Renal Cell Carcinoma
Primarily, carcinoma of renal pelvis and ureter has been explicated. Moreover, renal cell carcinoma and its epidemiology has been reported. Furthermore, its pathology and genetics, classification along with the signs and symptoms have been brought under discussion. Conclusively, clinical presentation has been put forward.
Management of Renal Cell Carcinoma
Initially, diagnosis has been mentioned. Despite this, staging and prognosis and localized tumor has been brought under consideration. Partial and radial nephrectomy has also been explained. Subsequently, lymphadenectomy, cardiopulmonary bypass and resection has been expansively elucidated. In the end, the educator has summed up by talking about the advanced disease.