AffiliationDepartment of Urology, Christie Hospital, Manchester
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AbstractAnalysis of 86 patients who underwent salvage cystectomy following a radical course of radiotherapy for bladder cancer and 37 patients who underwent primary cystectomy has shown a greater survival for women than men. The following factors were associated with a significant deterioration in survival: 1. Age at time of cystectomy: post-operative mortality and tumour recurrence are greater over the age of 70. 2. Non-function of one kidney on IVU. 3. Grade 3 tumour on cystectomy specimen. 4. pT3 or pT4 tumour on cystectomy specimen.
CitationFactors influencing salvage cystectomy results. 1982, 54 (2):122-5 Br J Urol
JournalBritish Journal of Urology
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