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Asif Mehraj

Department of Colorectal Surgery SKIMS, Srinagar, Jammu Kashmir, India


  • Original Article   
    Role of MRI in Staging Urinary Bladder Tumors
    Author(s): Asif Mehraj*, Arif Hameed, Saima Nanda, Baldev Singh Wazir and Mudasir A khan

    Background: Accurate preoperative evaluation of proven bladder carcinoma is important because therapy depends on the clinical stage of the disease. Various imaging modalities have been used for such staging, and as such there is a need to look for the single best modality. Aim and objective: To determine the sensitivity, specificity and overall accuracy of MRI in staging urinary bladder carcinoma, and to evaluate its role in making comparison between superficial vs. invasive tumors and organ confined vs. non organ confined tumors. Material and Methods: This prospective study was undertaken on 25 patients of proven bladder carcinoma who were candidates for radical cystectomy. They were investigated in a sequential manner which included all routine investigations beside transabdominal ultrasonography, cystos.. Read More»

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