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Urothelial dysplasia of the bladder: diagnostic features and clinical significance.

@article{LpezBeltran2013UrothelialDO,
  title={Urothelial dysplasia of the bladder: diagnostic features and clinical significance.},
  author={Antonio L{\'o}pez-Beltran and Rodolfo Montironi and Alfredo Vidal and Marina Scarpelli and Liang Cheng},
  journal={Analytical and quantitative cytopathology and histopathology},
  year={2013},
  volume={35 3},
  pages={
          121-9
        }
}
The 2004 World Health Organization classification system for urothelial neoplasia identifies urothelial dysplasia (low-grade intraurothelial neoplasia) as a premalignant lesion of the urothelium. Although diagnostic criteria of urothelial dysplasia have been improved in recent years, there is a frequent lack of interobserver reproducibility. Follow-up studies suggest that dysplasia is a marker for urothelial instability and disease progression in up to 19% of patients, thus supporting an active… 

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