What Doctors Want You to Know About Bladder Cancer

Dr. James FagelsonBladder Cancer | Urology Associates | Denver | Healthgrades logo and two other physicians shared with Healthgrades what doctors would like patients to know about bladder cancer. Bladder cancer doesn’t get the same publicity as some other more high-profile cancers, but it’s no less serious.

Dr. Fagelson explains the multiple ways to diagnose bladder cancer and treatment for high-grade bladder cancer.

“Because the presence of bladder cancer is a sign that cancers may be present in other areas of the body—and particularly in the urinary system—the physician may want to do imaging tests, such as CT scan, MRI, ultrasound and X-ray,” says James Fagelson MD.

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