MALIGNANT BLADDER TUMORS AND BALKAN ENDEMIC NEPHROPATHY : POSSIBLE COMMON ETIOLOGIC FACTORS

@inproceedings{Petrovi2002MALIGNANTBT,
  title={MALIGNANT BLADDER TUMORS AND BALKAN ENDEMIC NEPHROPATHY : POSSIBLE COMMON ETIOLOGIC FACTORS},
  author={Branislav Petrovi and Biljana Koci and Rade and ukuranovi and Vladisav Stefanovi},
  year={2002}
}
The aim of this work is to establish the most important epidemiologic features of malignant bladder tumors (based on the investigations so far), to get an insight into the risk factors and explain possible association with Balkan endemic nephropathy. Data from the most important studies were used, published in the country and abroad in scientific literature. Morbidity and mortality rates were expressed per 100.000 inhabitants. The most common primary malignant bladder tumors are: carcinoma… CONTINUE READING

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