DIAGNOSIS AND STAGING
Once a bladder tumor is diagnosed, the doctor will want to know the stage (superficial or invasive) and extent of the disease. The grade of cells is important because this examination gives information about how different the cells are from normal or how fast the disease will progress. Low-grade tumors grow more slowly. It is possible to learn this degree and stage correctly only by pathological examination of the tumor tissue taken by biopsy.
Staging, on the other hand, indicates the extent of spread of the cancer in the organ from which it originated, in neighboring tissues, or in organs where it can travel via lymph or blood. The stage of the cancer is determined at the time of diagnosis and for this purpose additional tests, eg: Computed tomography. Magnetic resonance imaging may be required.
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