Tumeur de la vessie

Treatment of localized forms of bladder cancer

Usually, it is the progressive stage of the tumour that is the main factor in the choice of initial treatment for bladder cancer. It takes into account the depth of bladder tumour implantation in the bladder wall and the possible remote swarming of the bladder. Also considered are the size of the tumour, the malignancy

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Immunotherapy in the treatment of bladder cancer

Immunotherapy is the use of the body’s immune system to fight bladder cancer. Immunotherapy treatments stimulate the immune system so that it can recognize and destroy cancer cells. Immunotherapy is sometimes helpful in treating bladder cancer.   BCG intravenical instillations They are indicated only in certain early forms of superficial bladder cancer. BCG or Calmette

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Radiotherapie et cancer de la vessie

Radiotherapy in bladder cancer.

What are the indications for radiation therapy in bladder cancer? Radiotherapy is indicated: As a treatment for certain forms of bladder cancer after conservative bladder surgery such as trans-urethral bladder tumor resection; For the treatment of infiltrating bladder tumours in patients who have not undergone surgery or who have refused surgery; As an attack treatment

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Chemotherapy in bladder cancer

Chemotherapy is the administration of drugs to treat bladder cancer. This chemotherapy in bladder cancer can be administered in two modes: intravenous chemotherapy and systemic chemotherapy.   Intravenous chemotherapy: In this type of treatment, the active molecule is introduced directly into the bladder. This type of chemotherapy is only performed in the early stages of superficial

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Traitement intra vesical cancer vessie

Intravenous treatments for bladder cancer

Intravenous treatments involve instilling the active drug directly into the bladder using a vesical catheter. The drug is therefore active directly on the bladder wall that it bathes, compared to oral or intravenous administration. The treatment is mainly active on the bladder lining with which it comes into contact, in an attempt to limit the

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chirurgie reconstructrice après la cystectomie radicale

Complications, Risks and Consequences of cystectomy

Bladder removal, cystectomy, and complete urinary reconstruction surgery represent a major surgery that exposes it to a number of complications. During the operation or in the short term, complications can be related to: Anesthesia, which is often prolonged; Surgical hemorrhage; Thromboembolic complications with phlebitis or pulmonary embolism; Intestinal complications, especially with type of occlusion; Wounds

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chirurgie reconstructrice après la cystectomie radicale

Reconstructive surgery after radical cystectomy

Since the bladder has been removed, it is necessary to find a different way of evacuating the urine after this removal. There are several possibilities for urine flow. They depend on age, patient condition and co-morbidities, tumour characteristics and patient preferences.   Incontinent derivations The easiest way to terminate a cystectomy is to connect the

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exerese de la vessie

Bladder Cancer Removal Surgery

The surgical option is part of the treatment of most bladder cancers. There are several types of interventions possible. The choice of the operation to be performed for a given patient depends on the stage of tumour extension.   Trans-urethral resection of bladder tumor (RTV) Trans-urethral bladder tumour resection (TBR) is usually the first intervention

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Cancer de la vessie - principes du traitement

Principles of Bladder Cancer Treatment

When the diagnosis of bladder cancer is confirmed, different treatment options are considered. It is important to inform the patient of all possible treatment alternatives and the benefits of each treatment that must be weighed against the possible risks of these treatments and their various possible complications and side effects.   What treatments are usually

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Synthèse pathologie cancer de la vessie

Bladder Cancer Survival Rates

Survival rate indicates the proportion of people with bladder cancer of comparable type and stage who are still alive for some time after diagnosis. This period is usually 5 years. Survival rate indicates the proportion of people with bladder cancer of comparable type and stage who are still alive for some time after diagnosis. This

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