Endoscopic POR is generally considered to precede clinical recurrence
and has been reported to occur in 58%-72% of patients within 1 year postoperatively (4).
Although this translates to a cost of $1200-1400 per patient for their initial TURBT, BLC with HAL improves patients care, reduces recurrences
, and decreases the need for hospital beds after TURBT.
Complete excision of tumor and prolonged follow-up are advised because recurrence
and transformation to invasive carcinoma may occur.
In addition, "for each decade younger at the time of surgery, patients had a significantly increased recurrence
risk," they wrote.
All types of surgical procedures for urethral stricture have complication of stricture recurrence
in different proportions.
Prescribing prophylaxis for FS statistically did not show any benefit in decreasing the frequency nor completely stop the recurrences
In this study, we found 11 cases of recurrences
with enucleation and enucleation + curettage/peripheral ostectomy but only 1 case of recurrence
OncoStem has developed a unique panel of 'prognostic and predictive' proteomic markers that is indicative of the aggressiveness of the cancer and hence enables prediction of the risk of recurrence
within the first five years of initial diagnosis.
Data was taken from the China National Stroke Registr y and one year follow up data for stroke recurrence
The AAP subcommittee on urinary tract infection of the Steering Committee on Quality Improvement and Management--authors of the 2011 revised guidelines--have recently reviewed the RIVUR study data (AAP News, July 1 2014) and concluded that antimicrobial prophylaxis did not alter the development of new renal scarring/damage, that the benefits of daily antimicrobial prophylaxis were modest, and that the increased likelihood of resistance to trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole at recurrences
Objectives: To determine the frequency of recurrence
of Superficial Transitional Cell Carcinoma on first check cystoscopy after TURBT in six months at the Institute of Kidney Diseases Peshawar.
A review of registry data from 148 centers in the United States shows that patients who have a recurrence
of Barrett's after radiofrequency ablation (RFA) are more likely older and nonwhite, and likely have had larger areas of involvement treated and fewer treatment sessions than patients with no recurrence
, said Dr.