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Bladder Cancer

Symptoms of Bladder Cancer • Haematuria. • Anaemia. • UTI (sterile cystitis). • Pain. Clinical Features of Bladder Cancer

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Bladder Outflow Obstruction and Prostate Adenoma and Prostate Cancer

Causes of Bladder Outflow Obstruction 1- Neuropathic: failure of sphincters to relax in harmony with contraction of detrusor muscle (diabetes mellitus, neurological diseases). 2- Enlarged prostate: blocking bladder outlet (hypertrophy or tumors) 3- Urethral strictures: congenital or acquired.   Bladder

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Scrotal Swellings

  1 – Testicular Cancer • Incidence: 4 / 100,000 males / year. • Most common men cancer < 35 yrs. • 1/10 occur in undescended testis. Symptoms − Painless hard testicular lump. − Signs of inflammation. − Gynaecomastia. −

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Table of Nomenclature of Tumors

Tissue of Origin Benign Malignant Composed of One Parenchymal Cell Type     Connective tissue and derivatives Fibroma Fibrosarcoma   Lipoma Liposarcoma   Chondroma Chondrosarcoma   Osteoma Osteogenic sarcoma Endothelial and related tissues    

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Neoplasia Lecture Notes

Neoplasia Defintions – Neoplasm: mass of tissue that grows excessively & keeps growing even if you remove the stimulate that started it off. – Tumor=neoplasm – Benign tumor= innocent – acting tumor – Malignant tumor= evil – acting tumor  

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