Genitourinary cancers define a group of cancers that include kidney, testicular, penile, prostate, urinary tract, renal pelvis and ureter, and bladder cancer, as well as Von Hippel Lindau Disease (VHL) and Wilms tumors. Treatments for genitourinary cancers should correspond with the best treatment options for that specific type of cancer, but most commonly include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. Genitourinary cancers are diagnosed frequently with MRI, CT, or CAT scans, ultrasounds, blood tests, rectal exams, and urinalysis.
Cancer, Genitourinary Bioinformatics Tool
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