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Follow-up protocol for patient diagnosed with TCC of bladder  based on NICE and EAU  Guidelines
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Poster Title: Follow-up protocol for patient diagnosed with TCC of bladder based on NICE and EAU Guidelines
Submitted on 14 Sep 2019
Author(s): Mahmoud Abuelnaga
Affiliations: Bedford Hospital NHS Trust
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Abstract: Introduction: Variations between clinicians regarding the follow-up of patients diagnosed with TCC of the bladder have been noticed. This has resulted in lack of proper follow-up for some of these patients and exposure of some of them to unnecessary investigations.

Aims and objectives:
1-To ensure all patients diagnosed with TCC of the bladder are being followed up properly
2-To avoid unnecessary investigations and reduce cost.

Methods:
To design a poster of standard follow-up protocol for this cohort of patients based on the most recent t EAU and NICE guidelines.

Summary: We Designed this poster to standardize the follow-up protocol for all patients diagnosed with transitional cell carcinoma(TCC) of the bladder. Therefore, ensure all patients are followed appropriately.References: European Association of Urology Guidelines 2019

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