Management of small cell carcinoma of the bladder: Consensus guidelines from the Canadian Association of Genitourinary Medical Oncologists (CAGMO).

@article{Moretto2013ManagementOS,
  title={Management of small cell carcinoma of the bladder: Consensus guidelines from the Canadian Association of Genitourinary Medical Oncologists (CAGMO).},
  author={Patricia Moretto and Lori M Wood and Urban Emmenegger and Normand C Blais and Som Dave Mukherjee and Eric William Winquist and Eric Charles Belanger and Robert Macrae and Alexander Balogh and Ilias Cagiannos and Wassim Kassouf and Peter e. Black and Piotr Marek Czaykowski and Joel Roger Gingerich and Scott North and Scott Ernst and Suzanne Richter and Srikala S. Sridhar and Michael Reaume and Denis Souli{\'e}res and Andrea Eisen and Christina M. Canil},
  journal={Canadian Urological Association journal = Journal de l'Association des urologues du Canada},
  year={2013},
  volume={7 1-2},
  pages={E44-56}
}
Small cell carcinomas (SCC) most commonly arise from the lung.1 These tumours are aggressive, present with early metastasis and are associated with a poorer prognosis compared to non-small cell lung cancer.2,3 Extra-pulmonary SCC was first described by Duguid and Kennedy in 19304 and subsequently has been reported in the gastrointestinal tract,5 head and neck6 and genitourinary (GU) system.7 SCC of the GU system (SCCGU) are uncommon, but can occur in the kidneys,8 renal pelvis,9 ureter,10… CONTINUE READING

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