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Journal of Urology 166: 75–8. 36 Konety BR, Nguyan TS, Brenes G et al. (2000) Clinical usefulness of the novel marker BLCA-4 for the detection of bladder cancer. Journal of Urolog y 164: 634–69. 37 Malkowicz SB (2000) The application of human complement H-related protein (BTA TRAK) in monitoring patients with bladder cancer. Urologic Clinics of North America 27: 63–73. 38 Ellis WJ, Blumenstein BA, Ishak LM, Enﬁeld DL and the Multi Center Study Group (1997) Clinical evaluation of the BTA TRAK assay and comparison to voided urine cytology and the Bard BTA test in patients with recurrent bladder tumours.
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The incidence is around 20 to 25 per 100,000 of the population each year. About 25% of newly diagnosed cancers are muscle invasive (T2–T4); the remainder (70%) are superﬁcial – classiﬁed as limited to the mucosa (pTa), lamina propria (pT1) or being in situ changes (Tis – 5%). Presentation of bladder cancer The most common symptom is painless macroscopic haematuria. Irritative symptoms such as frequency, urgency and pain may signify the presence of carcinoma in situ or invasive bladder cancer. Less common complaints include loin pain from ureteric obstruction, lymphoedema owing to nodal metastatic disease and non-speciﬁc symptoms from metastatic disease.