Transitional cell carcinoma

What is Transitional cell carcinoma?

Transitional cell carcinoma (TCC, also urothelial cell carcinoma or UCC) is a type of cancer that typically occurs in the urinary system: the kidney, urinary bladder, and accessory organs.

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I am 80+ male.Was diagnosed Transitional Cell Carcinoma of urinary bladder Gr.II. a couple of years back. Last 3 CP Examinations reports have been...

doctor1 MD

Hi, dear
I have gone through your question. I can understand your concern.
You have transitional cell carcinoma of bladder. You should take...

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hello doctor, my husband is 33yrs of age,is underwent a ct-scan yesterday it suggested Gross right sided hydroutrteronephrosis with significant...

doctor1 MD

Hello. I'm sorry your husband is having problems. It isn't clear why he had a CT scan of his kidneys, but I suspect he may have had some blood in...

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Hello. In 2011 I had a nephroureterectomy due to transitional cell carcinoma of the kidney. Then my blood pressure became high enough to be...

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Brief Answer:
More likely it is a side effect of Lisinopril.

Detailed Answer:
Hello Mr.Joseph!

I had gone through your query and understand your...

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