A bladder mass of 2.5 by 1.5 cm was found by a pelvic ultra sound on my wife, 66 years old. could it be cancer?
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Pathology 50 years experience
Cancer needs to be: Excluded. Whenever a mass is discovered in an organ, cancer needs to be excluded. In the case of bladder masses, the usual techniques are urine cytology and cystoscopy with biopsy. It is important that you follow your doctor's advice.
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Urology 37 years experience
Yes: Cystoscopy should definitely be done by a urologist.
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Last updated Jun 12, 2020
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