Bladder Cancer and Incontinence

Posted by Clark Love on Nov 30, 2017 10:53:35 AM

Bladder cancer is a relatively rare phenomenon in the United States – affecting fewer than 200,000 Americans annually – but can be serious when left untreated. Here, incontinence will be discussed relative to bladder cancer, which is a side effect of both the cancer itself and the treatment.

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Topics: incontinence, Bladder Cancer

Bladder Cancer and Urodynamics

Posted by Clark Love on Feb 8, 2017 12:36:17 PM

Bladder cancer is an increasingly common phenomenon, particularly among male smokers aged 55 and older. More than 70,000 Americans1 are diagnosed with bladder cancer yearly, and that number is expected to continue to rise. When detected early, bladder cancer is highly treatable with chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery. Urodynamic testing is one way that bladder cancer can be detected when lower urinary tract symptoms are experienced.

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Topics: urodynamics, Bladder Cancer

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