55 year-old female with history of bladder cancer; presents with
dysuria during a visit to her primary care
physician. Given her history and symptoms, physician calls for a BTA
stat Test and patient is referred to a urologist.
52 year-old male, routinely monitored for recurrent bladder cancer.
Physician orders a BTA stat® Test which later returns a positive
result. Cytology is negative. Cystoscopy detects a tumor, confirming
stat Test result.
year-old male with a low-grade TCC detected and treated two years ago;
found positive for microhematuria in a routine laboratory urinalysis.
Given the low-grade nature of the initial tumor, physician uses the BTA
stat Test instead of cytology.
60 year-old male with TCC recurrence detected and treated three years
ago. History of recurrence calls for a vigilant detection
program, but patient has a pattern of missing appointments.
Surveillance is enhanced by using BTA stat Test.