Pathological Anatomy

Professionals from the Urology Service and the Pathological Anatomy Service

Parc Taulí incorporates a non-invasive technique to detect relapses in patients undergoing bladder cancer

The Urology Service, in collaboration with the Pathological Anatomy Service, has begun applying the EpiCheck Bladder test to the follow-up of patients with high-grade superficial bladder cancer. This technique, which is already part of the European Association of Urology Clinical Guidelines, prevents a significant number of follow-up cystoscopies thanks to a simple urine test. read more

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