Urological Cancer Treatment
What Is Urological Cancer?
A mutation in the DNA can cause unusual cells to thrive and create cancerous tumours in the urinary tract. Urologic cancer (also known as bladder cancer) can be caused by a variety of factors, including the environment, lifestyle, genetics, and others.
Like any form of cancer, treatment of Urological or Bladder Cancer should be done on a priority basis. Don’t be reluctant and reach our specialist like Dr Deepanshu Gupta who is known as a top doctor for Urological Cancer Treatment In Gurgaon by many of his patients.
Best Urologist For Urological Cancer Treatment
In Gurgaon For A Reason
Dr Deepanshu Gupta is an 1st Rank Holder In All India Basis for M.C.h(Urology and Genitourinary Surgery from GGSIPU University New Delhi 2016
Frequently Asked Questions
About Urological Cancer Treatment In Gurgaon & Problems
Kidney Cancer Questions
There can be various symptoms that a Kidney Cancer patient can come across. The most common symptoms of Kidney Cancer are:
- Urine containing blood (hematuria)
- One-sided low back pain
- A mass (lump) on the side or lower back
- Fatigue (tiredness)
- Appetite suppression
- Effortless weight loss.
- Fever that is not caused by an infection and does not go away
- Anaemia (low red blood cell counts)
Urinary Bladder Cancer Question
Bladder cancer develops when bladder cells’ DNA undergoes changes (mutations). The DNA of a cell contains instructions that tell the cell what to do. The changes instruct the cell to multiply rapidly and to continue to live even when healthy cells would die. The abnormal cells combine to form a tumour, which can infiltrate and destroy normal body tissue. The abnormal cells can break away and spread (metastasis) throughout the body over time.
The most common causes which cause bladder cancer are smoking, exposure to chemicals /pollutants etc over a significant period of time.
Prostate Cancer Questions
Prostate cancer develops when cells in the prostate undergo DNA changes and then multiply and then the gland increase in size.
Testosterone has been found to be the key hormone responsible for the growth of the tumour but even after controlling it, the tumour can grow by itself.
Penile Cancer Questions
Almost all penile cancers begin in the penile skin. Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection, not being circumcised, being 60 or older, phimosis, poor hygiene, many sexual partners, AIDS, UV treatment for psoriasis, and tobacco use are all causes and risk factors for developing penis cancer.
Discuss your options with Dr. Deepanshu Gupta
Cancers have been a stressful affair for a very long time. A cancerous tumour in the urinary tract can be caused by a variety of factors, including the environment, lifestyle, genetics, and others. All of your concerns can be resolved by Deepanshu Gupta who has vast experience in successfully treating 20,000+ patients. He is know for providing one of the premium Urological Cancer Treatment In Gurgaon
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