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What are the tests for urethral cancer?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
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In brief: Find and biopsy

A cystoscope will be passed into the urethra and a piece of any suspicious area will be taken and sent to the pathologist.
Patients with urothelial-type cancers of the urethra often have had or will have cancers in the bladder, ureter, and/or renal pelvis. These are often fairly easy to treat effectively.

In brief: Find and biopsy

A cystoscope will be passed into the urethra and a piece of any suspicious area will be taken and sent to the pathologist.
Patients with urothelial-type cancers of the urethra often have had or will have cancers in the bladder, ureter, and/or renal pelvis. These are often fairly easy to treat effectively.
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