Statistical reports gathered in the year 2013 shows more than 10,000 individuals diagnosed with bladder cancer in the United States. Among them, successful results were obtained from the individuals who were diagnosed in the early stages and treated with TURBT. The treatment offers a reliable and successful approach. However, in some cases, the malignant tumor may only get removed after repeated TURBT treatment. This is because, a number of cases have shown recurrence of tumors post TUR.
Trans Urethral Resection of Bladder Tumor Treatment (TURBT) is one of the advanced procedures for treating tumors in the primary stage. Mostly in case of malignant tumors, TURBT offers a satisfactory solution and provides ample time for further treatments. Implementing TURBT in the initial stage, not only removes the tumor but also prevents the tumor from spreading to the nearby majority organs. The procedure is executed by inserting fine tube through the urethra which then travels to the target position and removes the tumor in the initial stages.
The patient undergoing a TURBT procedure may have to stay for a minimum of one to two days. However, one may require one to two weeks of bed rest, during which the individual may experience certain symotoms like:
In general, a traditional TURBT treatment cost may vary from a minimum of $3000 to a maximum of $6000. However, the prices may vary due to some key factors, on which the procedure depends:
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