Bladder cancer is a cancer of the bladder, the organ that stores urine. It usually starts in the cells that line the inside of the bladder, and while very treatable if diagnosed early, it is likely to recur and requires ... More »

The American Urological Association provides pictures of a wide variety of bladder tumors as part of its educational program in pathology for urologists on its website. A visual overview of bladder cancer that includes i... More »

The main types of treatment for bladder cancer as of 2015 include chemotherapy, radiation, surgery and intravesical therapy, according to the American Cancer Society. The treatment plan will be determined by the type and... More »

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