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Faecal occult blood testing (FOBT) and interval bowel cancers-results of a multicentre study
Introduction We aimed to assess the incidence and demographics of interval cancers (cancers diagnosed within 2 years of a negative FOBT screening) in the eligible population of the East Midlands region. Method The National ...
Retroperitoneal Gastrointestinal Type Schwannoma Presenting as a Renal Mass.
Retroperitoneal schwannomas are extremely rare, and unreported in Urology. Often thought to be malignant from imaging the diagnosis is often delayed until Histology. We report a case of retroperitoneal schwanoma thought ...
Endoscopic ampullectomy for papillary tumors: A single-center experience
Introduction: Ampullary adenoma is an uncommon, pre-cancerous lesion arising from the duodenal papilla. Endoscopic ampullectomy may be proposed in patients with smaller lesions without invasive carcinoma. There are aspects ...
The 'be clear on bladder cancer campaign' significant increase in referrals with no change in urological cancers diagnosed
Introduction & Objectives: As part of the National 'Be Clear on Cancer' campaign the 'Blood in your pee' campaign launched in October 2013. Using media the public were advised to see their GP if they had noticed blood in ...