Annals of Urologic Oncology

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  • Research Progress of New Urine Markers in the Diagnosis of Bladder Cancer

    Rose Lamichhane

    Bladder cancer is the tenth most commonly diagnosed cancer worldwide and poses a great threat to human health. It has a high recurrence rate and requires long-term close monitoring and follow-up after surgery. At present, the most reliable method for the clinical diagnosis of bladder cancer is still cystoscopy and urine exfoliative cytology. However, cystoscopy is an invasive examination, which is...

    REVIEW | Published: 06 Feb 2024

    Annals of Urologic Oncology, Volume 7 (2024), Issue 1

    Pages: 1-9   PDF(729KB)   Views:466Downloads:14

  • Regulatory Role of Autophagy and Glucose Metabolic Reprogramming in the Malignant Progression of Bladder Cancer: A Review

    Wei Sun, Junxiong Peng ... Mengjuan Yuan

    Bladder cancer is a common malignant tumor of urinary system. Due to the rise of China's aging population, there is an increased pressure on the diagnosis and treatment of bladder cancer continues to increase. Unfortunately, the mechanism(s) of malignant progression of bladder cancer is still unclear, and the current treatment modality for patients with advanced bladder cancer are very limited and...

    REVIEW | Published: 15 Feb 2024

    Annals of Urologic Oncology, Volume 7 (2024), Issue 1

    Pages: 10-17   PDF(729KB)   Views:317Downloads:11

  • Research Progression in the Mechanism of Bone Metastasis and Bone-Targeted Drugs in Prostate Cancer

    Sajjad Ahmad

    Prostate cancer is a particularly slow growing cancer, the early stage of the disease is not easy to detect, the some major clinical manifestations include low back pain, urgent and frequent urination, urinary pain, and other urethral symptoms. These symptoms are often experienced after surgical resection or drug castration treatment. Early-stage, prostate cancer is curable, and with disease progr...

    REVIEW | Published: 24 Feb 2024

    Annals of Urologic Oncology, Volume 7 (2024), Issue 1

    Pages: 18-25   PDF(782KB)   Views:379Downloads:10

  • Research Progress of Metabolic Syndrome and Renal Cancer

    Yiwen Wang, Yajun Shi ... Jiao Cao

    Metabolic syndrome (MS) is a condition of metabolic abnormalities in genetically predisposed individuals that are caused by lifestyle habits such as consumption of diet rich in fat and lack of exercise. Few major symptoms include abnormal glucose tolerance, hypertension, abnormal lipid metabolism (including high triglycerides in the blood, low high density lipoprotein cholesterol, etc.), obesity...

    REVIEW | Published: 30 Mar 2024

    Annals of Urologic Oncology, Volume 7 (2024), Issue 1

    Pages: 26-32   PDF(625KB)   Views:427Downloads:13

  • Advancing Genomics in Urologic Tumors: Navigating Precision Therapeutic Pathways

    Fawad Inayat, Imad Tariq ... Hadiqa Aimen

    Urologic cancers, with bladder cancer as a pivotal subtype, pose substantial challenges to global health, necessitating a profound understanding of their molecular underpinnings. This article explores recent genomic research, with a focus on transitional cell carcinoma, the primary histological form of transitional cell carcinoma, aiming to elucidate the intricate molecular processes that underlie...

    REVIEW | Published: 20 May 2024

    Annals of Urologic Oncology, Volume 7 (2024), Issue 1

    Pages: 33-42   PDF(1050KB)   Views:125Downloads:9

  • Exploring Scrotal Leiomyomas, Unraveling the Mysteries of a Rare Tumor: A Case Report

    Sana Ahuja, Pooja Verma ... Sufian Zaheer

    Leiomyomas, originating from smooth muscle cells, are common in the uterus but rare in the scrotum, presenting a clinical challenge. Scrotal leiomyomas, first described in the 19th century, are characterized by benign pathology from the subcutaneous dartos muscle. We present two cases of middle-aged males with scrotal leiomyomas, detailing clinical presentations, histopathological findings, and im...

    CASE REPORT | Published: 30 Jan 2024

    Annals of Urologic Oncology, Volume 7 (2024), Issue 1

    Pages: 43-47   PDF(555KB)   Views:363Downloads:7