Screening for urethral cancer involves collecting symptoms and identifying signs of this urinary cancer. Once cancer of the urethra is suspected, a transurethral biopsy may be performed to evaluate whether a tumor and or cancer cells are present.
Urine tests can provide an indication as to what type of proteins a cancer is producing. Tests for urinary cancer rely on biopsy and urine tests. CT, Ultrasounds, and MRI tests are also reliable to detect cancerous tumors.
Diagnosing urethral cancer depends on the results of a biopsy. This type of screening can identify what type of cancer is affecting the urethra.
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