Bladder Cancer

Men are at least three to four times more likely than women to get bladder cancer, which affects the organ that stores and secretes pee during urination. Bladder cancer is uncommon in adults under the age of 40, like the majority of other malignancies of the urinary system. Young persons without recognised risk factors are affected by late-stage bladder cancer, just like with all malignancies.

Causes Of Bladder Cancer

The cause of bladder cancer is still unclear and is mostly due to a genetic mutation in which abnormal cell growth prevents normal cell growth and thus normal physiology.

Bladder Cancer Risk Factors

Bladder Cancer Symptoms

Bladder Cancer Treatment

In the initial stages and low grade cancers, endoscopic removal of bladder cancer followed by intravesical chemotherapy is done, but if unsuccessful or in cases of recurrences, cystectomy or removal of the bladder is done at Dr. Pari’s Urology speciality clinic, the best bladder cancer center in Chennai. A procedure called radical cystectomy with a urinary diversion into an incontinent ileal conduit or a continent catheterizable bowel pouch is done as a permanent measure.

Bladder Cancer Prevention

Dr. Pari, a bladder cancer specialist in Chennai advises that the easiest way to combat the disease is to follow preventive measures. They include:

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