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Clinical and Pathological Characteristics of Bladder Cancer Patients at Sanglah General Hospital between January 2013 - December 2016

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 2)

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Page : 845-847

Keywords : Bladder cancer; histologic type; urothelial carcinoma; cystectomy;

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Bladder cancer is the second most common malignancy of all genitourinary tumors after prostate cancer and is nearly three times more common in men than in women. Bladder cancer is one of the main problem in urology, in both of diagnosis and treatment due to high incidence, high recurrence rate and difficulities in prognosis of its natural history. The Aim of this studi to describe clinical and pathological characteristic of bladder cancer patients at our institution, Sanglah general hospital. Data were collected From medical record between January 2013 until december 2016 and it was tabulated using descriptive statistics. Total there were 68 patients who diagnosed with bladder cancer, 58 patients was male (85, 3 %) with mean age was 59, 73 y.0 (32-76 y. o). Histological type, 59 patients (86.76 %) had urothelial carcinoma, 4 patients (5, 88 %) had squamous cell carcinoma and 5 patients (7.36 %) had adenocarcinoma. Treatment choice consist of 15 patients underwent sistemic chemotherapy (22.05 %), 15 patients underwent instilation intravesical chemotherapy (22.05 %), 24 patients underwent radical cystectomy (35.3 %), 3 patient (4, 4 %) had partial cystectomy combined with chemoterapy and 11 patient (16, 2 %) has refuse the treatment. Mostly bladder cancer suffered in male patients and the most histological type is Urothelial carcinoma. The most modality treatment choices in our institute is chemotherapy and radical cystectomies with ileal conduit type for urinary diversion.

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