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Neoplasms of the Kidney and Bladder

  • Edward M. Uchio
  • Juan S. Calderon
  • Jonathan J. Hwang
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Abstract

The vast majority of human neoplasms appear to be coupled with the biology of aging. Over 70% of all cancers will occur in individuals over the age of 65 by the year 2030 [1, 2]. The age-specific incidence of many different types of cancer begin to rise steadily as we mature, and neoplasms arising from the kidney and bladder are of no exception. Approximately 88,200 men and 40,500 women developed a malignancy of the kidney or urinary bladder in 2009 [3]. The treatment of these malignancies in the elderly population requires careful consideration of factors such as life expectancy, incidence of treatment complications, and quality of life. This chapter reviews the incidence of kidney and bladder malignancies, the appropriate evaluation in the elderly, surgical and medical treatments available to treat the geriatric patient, and the complications associated with treatment.

Keywords

Bladder Cancer Partial Nephrectomy Radical Cystectomy Transitional Cell Carcinoma Renal Mass 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Edward M. Uchio
    • 1
  • Juan S. Calderon
  • Jonathan J. Hwang
  1. 1.Yale University School of MedicineNew HavenUSA

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