The prevalence of persistent prostate cancer after radiotherapy detected at radical cystoprostatectomy for bladder cancer

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Meeks J.J., Kern S.Q., Dalbagni G., Eastham J.A., Sandhu J.S.

Journal of Urology 2014 

Purpose More than half of the men who receive treatment for prostate cancer elect radiotherapy. After radiotherapy recurrence is determined by an increase in prostate specific antigen and not usually by pathological confirmation. We describe the prevalence of persistent gradable prostate cancer in men treated with radiotherapy for prostate cancer at radical cystoprostatectomy for bladder cancer. Materials and Methods A total of 78 patients underwent radiotherapy (brachytherapy and/or external beam radiation) before the development of bladder cancer requiring radical cystectomy at our institution. All tissues were evaluated by a specialized genitourinary pathologist…(vermás)


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