Reexamining treatment of high-grade T1 bladder cancer according to depth of lamina propria invasion: a prospective trial of 200 patients

@inproceedings{Orsola2015ReexaminingTO,
  title={Reexamining treatment of high-grade T1 bladder cancer according to depth of lamina propria invasion: a prospective trial of 200 patients},
  author={Anna Orsola and Lilian Werner and Ines Maria de Torres and William Martin-Doyle and Carles Xavier Raventos and Fernando Lozano and Stephanie A. Mullane and Jeffrey J Leow and Justine A Barletta and Joaquim Bellmunt and J M S{\'a}nchez Morote},
  booktitle={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={2015}
}
Background:Management of high-grade T1 (HGT1) bladder cancer represents a major challenge. We studied a treatment strategy according to substaging by depth of lamina propria invasion.Methods:In this prospective observational cohort study, patients received initial transurethral resection (TUR), mitomycin-C, and BCG. Subjects with shallower lamina propria invasion (HGT1a) were followed without further surgery, whereas subjects with HGT1b received a second TUR. Association of clinical and… CONTINUE READING

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