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ДИАГНОСТИКА И ПРОГНОЗИРОВАНИЕ РЕЦИДИВА НЕМЫШЕЧНО-ИНВАЗИВНОГО РАКА МОЧЕВОГО ПУЗЫРЯ ПРИ ПОМОЩИ КЛИНИЧЕСКИХ МЕТОДОВ И FISH-АНАЛИЗА (ОБЗОР ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ)

https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9776-2012-8-3-43-50

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Аннотация

Обзорная статья посвящена современному состоянию проблемы диагностики и прогнозирования немышечно-инвазивного (НМИ) рака мочевого пузыря (РМП). Приведены данные о выявленных хромосомных нарушениях в клетках уротелиального рака по результатам исследований. Отмечена обоснованность разработки методики FISH-диагностики РМП, приведен алгоритм интерпретации результата FISH-анализа.
Описано использование данных о хромосомных нарушениях в качестве дополнительных факторов прогноза течения НМИ РМП.
Также описано использование FISH-метода в оценке результатов адъювантного лечения больных НМИ РМП. В заключении указаны основные проблемы в существующих алгоритмах диагностики и прогнозирования с использованием FISH-метода.

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А. В. Троянов
МРНЦ МЗ РФ, Обнинск
Россия


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Троянов А.В. ДИАГНОСТИКА И ПРОГНОЗИРОВАНИЕ РЕЦИДИВА НЕМЫШЕЧНО-ИНВАЗИВНОГО РАКА МОЧЕВОГО ПУЗЫРЯ ПРИ ПОМОЩИ КЛИНИЧЕСКИХ МЕТОДОВ И FISH-АНАЛИЗА (ОБЗОР ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ). Онкоурология. 2012;8(3):43-50. https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9776-2012-8-3-43-50

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Troyanov A.V. THE DIAGNOSIS AND PREDICTION OF NON-MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER RECURRENCE, BY APPLYING CLINICAL METHODS AND FISH ANALYSIS (A REVIEW OF LITERATURE). Cancer Urology. 2012;8(3):43-50. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9776-2012-8-3-43-50

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