This can often be done using local anesthesia (numbing medicine) in the doctor’s office. When bladder cancer is invasive, all or part of the bladder may need to be removed. Partial cystectomy: If the cancer has invaded the muscle layer of the bladder wall but is not very large and only in one place, it can sometimes be removed along with part of the bladder wall without taking out the whole bladder. Nearby lymph nodes are also removed and examined for cancer spread.Only a small portion of people with cancer that has invaded the muscle can have this surgery.A transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT), also known as just a transurethral resection (TUR), is often used to determine if someone has bladder cancer and, if so, whether the cancer has invaded the muscle layer of the bladder wall.This is also the most common treatment for early-stage or superficial (non-muscle invasive) bladder cancers. If chat fails to load probably means java is not enabled.Please Click the Java icon below to install Java or you will be unable to login in chat without Java.The removed tissue is sent to a lab to be looked at by a pathologist.After the tumor is removed, more steps may be taken to try to ensure that it has been destroyed completely.
In patients with a long history of recurrent, non-invasive low-grade tumors, the surgeon may sometimes just use fulguration to burn small tumors that are seen during cystoscopy (rather than removing them).Taču, lūdzu paturi prātā, ka HTML-5 lapas versija nodrošina ievērojami mazāku skaitu funkciju (ne-optimizējama video kvalitāte iespējama aizkavēta straumēšana).Mēs iesakām visiem mūsu lietotājiem izvelēties čata Flash versiju (tiek izmantota šobrīd).Any remaining cancer may be treated by fulguration (burning the base of the tumor) while looking at it with the cystoscope.Cancer can also be destroyed using a high-energy laser through the cystoscope.