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Stage Ta/T2 bladder tumors: prognostic and clinical course factors

Sep 1, 1990 | Magazine: Actas Urológicas Españolas

Sánchez de la Muela P, Rosell Costa D, Aguera Fernández L, de Castro Barbosa F, Isa Kroon WA, Robles García JE, Berián Polo JM.

One hundred and twenty-three patients with a Ta/T2 stage vesical tumour were studied in order to identify the histological aspects associated to a tumoral behaviour particularly aggressive.

The multivariate study demonstrates that those patients with a infiltrating tumour (T1-T2) or diffused urothelial dysplasia, have specially high possibilities to progress with regard to the degree of cell anaplasia (p less than 0.05); very close follow-up is needed in those patients.

Likewise, patients presenting disseminated dysplastic lesions and with a history of previous urothelial tumours, progress to a new tumour stage with a significantly higher frequency (p less than 0.01); in those cases, radical surgery is the choice treatment.

CITATION  Actas Urol Esp. 1990 Sep-Oct;14(5):341-4

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