Bladder cancer

What is bladder cancer? It is the cancer of tissues in bladder, an organ that holds urine. It occurs in both sex but most commonly in elderly men after age 60 years. What are the symptoms of bladder cancer? Visible painless presence of blood in urine with clots is most common presentation of bladder cancer.Continue reading “Bladder cancer”


•Hematuria is passing blood in urine. •Can be Gross (visibly red urine) or microscopic hematuria (blood present in urine examination). •Even single episode of hematuria warrants investigation as upto 50% patients with gross hematuria and 33% with microscopic hematuria show some underlying cause.  •Various causes leading to hematuria include BPH (enlarged prostate), urinary tract infections,Continue reading “Hematuria”