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2017 Month : October Volume : 6 Issue : 85 Page : 5928-5929

SARCOMATOID TUMOUR OF THE URINARY BLADDER- A CASE REPORT.

Sumit Gupta1, Ashish Kumar2, S. Rajendra Singh3

Corresponding Author:
Sumit Gupta,
A2/64, Ashiyana Colony,
Phase 2, Near RRK School,
Moradabad-244001,
Uttar Pradesh.
E-mail: sumitgupta3210@gmail.com

Presentation of Case

Sarcomas are the most common mesenchymal tumour of the bladder, but are rare tumours and comprises only 1%1-2 of all bladder cancers. The average age of presentation is in the 6th decade of life and is twice more common in males. Importantly, bladder sarcomas are not smoking related like TCC of urinary bladder. Bladder sarcomas are usually high-grade, confined to bladder muscle. Treatment for localised disease includes radical cystectomy.3 Active chemotherapeutic regimens are lacking for bladder sarcomas.4

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