6 doctors weighed in:
Is it possible to get a bladder transplant after bladder cancer surgery?
6 doctors weighed in

Dr. Brian Lane
Urology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Thanks for asking!
Making a new bladder in the lab is under development, but for now there are several options for reconstructing a bladder from your own body.
And these can be discussed with your urologist.

In brief: Thanks for asking!
Making a new bladder in the lab is under development, but for now there are several options for reconstructing a bladder from your own body.
And these can be discussed with your urologist.
Dr. Brian Lane
Dr. Brian Lane
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Dr. Brian Struyk
Anesthesiology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: No.
A bladder transplant is not an option after bladder resection.
Depending on your situation, they may be able to reconstruct your bladder. You should discuss long and short term options with your urologist.

In brief: No.
A bladder transplant is not an option after bladder resection.
Depending on your situation, they may be able to reconstruct your bladder. You should discuss long and short term options with your urologist.
Dr. Brian Struyk
Dr. Brian Struyk
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Dr. Chris Kyle
Urology
In brief: No
Lots of research into this, but nothing available.

In brief: No
Lots of research into this, but nothing available.
Dr. Chris Kyle
Dr. Chris Kyle
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