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Urothelial bladder tumour in childhood: A report of two cases and a review.

Rifat UN, Hamadalla NY, Chiad Safi KC, Al Habash SS, Mohammed M - Arab J Urol (2014)

Bottom Line: Urothelial bladder tumour in childhood is extremely rare, and almost all the reported cases have been low-grade tumours with a favourable outcome.Here we review 57 reports comprising 127 cases, and we report two new cases.

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Affiliation: Jordan Hospital, Amman, Jordan.

ABSTRACT
Urothelial bladder tumour in childhood is extremely rare, and almost all the reported cases have been low-grade tumours with a favourable outcome. Here we review 57 reports comprising 127 cases, and we report two new cases.

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f0010: An ultrasonogram showing the soft-tissue lesion in the left bladder wall.

Mentions: In a reassessment, US showed a soft-tissue lesion in the left bladder wall (Fig. 2). Cystoscopy (Fig. 3) showed a villous lesion above the left ureteric orifice of ≈ 2 × 2 cm in diameter. The tumour was resected (TURBT) and the bed cauterised.


Urothelial bladder tumour in childhood: A report of two cases and a review.

Rifat UN, Hamadalla NY, Chiad Safi KC, Al Habash SS, Mohammed M - Arab J Urol (2014)

An ultrasonogram showing the soft-tissue lesion in the left bladder wall.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f0010: An ultrasonogram showing the soft-tissue lesion in the left bladder wall.
Mentions: In a reassessment, US showed a soft-tissue lesion in the left bladder wall (Fig. 2). Cystoscopy (Fig. 3) showed a villous lesion above the left ureteric orifice of ≈ 2 × 2 cm in diameter. The tumour was resected (TURBT) and the bed cauterised.

Bottom Line: Urothelial bladder tumour in childhood is extremely rare, and almost all the reported cases have been low-grade tumours with a favourable outcome.Here we review 57 reports comprising 127 cases, and we report two new cases.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Jordan Hospital, Amman, Jordan.

ABSTRACT
Urothelial bladder tumour in childhood is extremely rare, and almost all the reported cases have been low-grade tumours with a favourable outcome. Here we review 57 reports comprising 127 cases, and we report two new cases.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus