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Harnblasenkarzinom

  • T. Otto
  • H. Rübben

Zusammenfassung

95% aller Harnblasenkarzinome sind urothelialen Ursprungs und entsprechen histologisch Urothelkarzinomen. 5% der Harnblasentumoren entsprechen Adeno-und Plattenepithelkarzinomen. Die Beschreibung von Tumorausbreitung (TNM) und Differenzierungsgrad (G) der Harnblasentumoren geschieht gemäß den Richtlinien der Internationalen Union gegen den Krebs (UICC).

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  • H. Rübben

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