Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer is diagnosed by examination of cells in the urine under a microscope and examination of the bladder wall with a cystoscope, a slender tube fitted with a lens and light that can be inserted through the urethra.

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These tests are not recommended for screening people at average risk but are used for people at increased risk due to occupational exposure, or for follow-up after bladder cancer treatment to detect recurrent or new tumors.

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