Subscribe Now Subscribe Today
Science Alert
FOLLOW US:     Facebook     Twitter
Curve Top
Trends in Medical Research
  Year: 2017 | Volume: 12 | Issue: 2 | Page No.: 51-54
DOI: 10.3923/tmr.2017.51.54
Facebook Twitter Digg Reddit Linkedin StumbleUpon E-mail
Histopathological Study TURBT Biopsies of Urinary Bladder Cancer
Sathya Mylsamy and Devaki Kanakasabapathi

Background and Objective: Bladder cancer is a major health problem especially among men. The present study was conducted to determine the histopathological features of urinary bladder cancer with reference to age, sex and metastasis(muscle invasion). Materials and Methods: From 2014-2016, the records of 51 patients who were diagnosed and confirmed the urinary bladder cancer in Vedhanayagam Hospital, Coimbatore were included in the study. Their clinical databases such as age, sex, clinical features etc were collected from the hospital. Results: The present study reveals as most of the cases were of TCC (transitional cell carcinoma) and male to female ratio is 3.6:1 and among 38 cases only 18 cases, muscle were included for the study and with the progression of age, the number of low grade cases are less compared to high grade cases. Conclusion: Urinary bladder cancer is not very rare now a days and its incidence peaks in men are at the age after 50. In Indian population, the diagnosed bladder cancer is predominantly TCC and male dominance is observed much.
PDF Fulltext XML References Citation Report Citation
How to cite this article:

Sathya Mylsamy and Devaki Kanakasabapathi, 2017. Histopathological Study TURBT Biopsies of Urinary Bladder Cancer. Trends in Medical Research, 12: 51-54.

DOI: 10.3923/tmr.2017.51.54








Curve Bottom