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Among patients undergoing radical cystectomy, female sex is independently associated with a 21% increased odds of surgical site infections compared with male sex.
Widowed patients with bladder urothelial carcinoma have the worst 5-year cancer-specific survival rates among unmarried patients.
British investigators concluded that urine cytology misses a significant number of muscle-invasive bladder cancers.
Recurrence rate was 26.4% among patients who had overnight continuous saline irrigation following transurethral resection of bladder tumor vs 38.2% among those who did not.
The updates come after the Agency made the decision to limit the use of these agents as monotherapy in patients with metastatic urothelial cancer who have not received prior therapy and who have low expression of the protein programmed death ligand 1 (PD-L1).
Bladder preservation for MIBC is associated with a higher mortality rate and greater costs compared with radical cystectomy.
In a randomized study, patients who underwent robotic-assisted and open radical cystectomy had similar 2-year progression survival rates.
Females have worse disease-free, cancer-specific, overall survival versus males with bladder cancer.
In 2015, 69% of surgeries for prostate, bladder, and kidney cancer were performed with robotic assistance, a new meta-analysis shows.
Patients in the highest quintile of urinary albumin excretion had a 4.5-fold increased risk of urothelial cell carcinoma vs those in quintiles 1-3.
Real-world study confirms the improved sensitivity of blue light vs white light cystoscopy (91% vs 79%) for detecting bladder cancer.
Study findings suggest that clinicians should use neoadjuvant chemotherapy in many more muscle-invasive bladder cancer patients.
The 5-year overall survival rate is significantly higher among radical cystectomy patients who receive neoadjuvant vs adjuvant chemotherapy, study finds.
Daily use of aspirin before radical cystectomy is associated with a significant 36% and 30% decreased risk of cancer-specific and all-cause mortality.
A study found that bladder cancer and UTUC occurred in 122.22 and 113.97 per 100,000 persons per year, respectively, among kidney transplant recipients.
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