Urothelium and the Specific Red Cell Adherence Test.

@article{Gunter1983UrotheliumAT,
  title={Urothelium and the Specific Red Cell Adherence Test.},
  author={P. Gunter and J. De Abela-Borg and R. Pugh},
  journal={British journal of urology},
  year={1983},
  volume={55 1},
  pages={
          10-6
        }
}
The Specific Red Cell Adherence Test (SRCAT) has been modified to produce clearer, more consistent, permanent preparations. Normal urothelium, inflammatory lesions, squamous metaplasia, papillomata, flat in situ and papillary tumours and invasive neoplasms of the bladder have been studied. Inflammatory and squamous changes did not corrupt the test results. The SRCAT was found to be a highly significant test for identifying those patients at risk from invasive bladder tumour. ABH antigens in… Expand
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