Urinary Tract Neoplasm

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Urinary tract neoplasm means that a tumor that develops anywhere along the urinary tract. The urinary tract involves the kidneys, urethra and ureters. The tumor may be malignant or benign.

Symptoms and Signs

Among the symptoms are dysuria, abdominal growth, increased frequency, haematuria, and abdominal pain.


The amount of typical markers of renal function in the blood serum can be determined through a biochemical blood test. The procedure can also be sued to determine serum electrolytes. In determining the levels of tell-tale chemicals in the urine, a Full Ward Test may be done. Other options include urinalysis, urodynamic tests, ultrasound, and radiology.

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