Urological cancer occurs in different parts of the urinary tract, including the bladder, kidney, prostate, and testicles and is commonly seen in older men.
The symptoms depend on the type of urological cancer. The common symptoms could be trouble with urination (difficulty starting to urinate or difficulty holding urine back), pelvic discomfort, blood in urine, bone pain, erectile dysfunction, painful urination etc.
Diagnostic tests typically involve a combination of tests, including a pelvic exam, pelvic ultrasound, colonoscopy, endoscopy, MRI, CT Scan, Biopsy etc.
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