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About one half of all bladder neoplasms are non-invasive, and in those, the histologic grade is a crucial prognosticator. Few single-Center studies have assessed the recurrence, progression, and can ...


Around 16% to 45% of adults have overactive bladder symptoms, urgency with frequency or urgency urinary incontinence, or both, termed overactive bladder syndrome. Anticholinergic drugs are common trea ...


An analysis has compared long-term urinary, bowel, and sexual function after radical prostatectomy or external-beam radiation therapy.The Prostate Cancer Outcomes Study ( PCOS ) enrolled 3533 men in w ...


Typically in invasive papillary urothelial carcinoma both the overlying papillary and the invasive components are high grade. Researches have described a series of patients with invasive low-grade ...


A comparison of outcomes of different eras of conservative treatment for localized prostate cancer indicates that overall and prostate cancer-specific survival rates are higher for men diagnosed from ...


Hormone therapy used to treat men with advanced prostate cancer is associated with an increased chance of developing various heart problems. Some choices of therapy appear, however, to be less risky t ...


It is argued that a rapidly rising PSA may indicate a greater risk of diagnosis of prostate cancer even if PSA levels are low. Some guidelines do incorporate PSA velocity cut points as an indication f ...


Patients with early bladder cancer who receive more intensive treatment within the first two years of diagnosis do not appear to have better survival than patients who receive less intensive treatment ...


The carcinogen Aristolochic acid, which was found in many prescribed Chinese herbal products including Guan Mu Tong, is associated with an increased risk of urinary tract cancer.Many countries, such a ...


Adding chemotherapy to radiation therapy for muscle invasive bladder cancer allows 67% of people to be free of disease in their bladders two years after treatment. This compares to 54% of people who r ...


Men aged 55 to 74 years who have low baseline blood levels of prostate specific antigen ( PSA ) are not likely to benefit from further screening and treatment. That is the conclusion of a new study pu ...


A study from Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital researchers has found a strong association between the common sexually transmitted infection, Trichomonas vaginalis, and r ...


Men with lower cholesterol are less likely than those with higher levels to develop high-grade prostate cancer. In a prospective study of more than 5,000 US men, epidemiologists say they now have evi ...


Benign prostatic hyperplasia ( BPH ) is a common condition in aging men. It has been estimated that more than 8 million United States men age 50 to 79 years will meet current guidelines for consider ...


The use of Acetylsalicylic acid ( Aspirin ) and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs ( NSAIDs ) is significantly associated with lower PSA levels, especially among men with prostate cancer, say ...