Advances in Urology / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Pathological Characteristics of Primary Bladder Carcinoma Treated at a Tertiary Care Hospital and Changing Demographics of Bladder Cancer in Sri Lanka

Table 1

Summary of results from published studies on bladder cancer in Sri Lanka.

Study
(Time period of study and authors)
1993–2000
Goonewardena et al. [11]
2000-2001
Perera et al. [12]
2001–2005
Ranasinghe et al. [10] and NCCPSL [20]
2006
NCCPSL [13]
2007
NCCPSL [2]
2009
Sathesan et al. [8]
2010
Prabath et al. [9]
2011–2014
Present study

Male : female ratio5.5 : 19 : 14 : 13 : 13.2 : 13.1 : 13.7 : 14.1 : 1
Average age 64Not availableMedian age group 62–6465Median age group 65–69Median age 65Median age 67.565
Urothelial carcinoma93.4%96%72%69.5%79%97%90.9%89.2%
Squamous carcinoma3%Not available9%9%8%0%6.1%8.1%
Adeno carcinoma1.3%Not available3%5%4%0%0%1.4%
Muscle invasive tumour48.4%30.9%94%Not availableNot available37.3%21.2%35%
Primary carcinoma-in-situNoneNot available1.9%NoneNoneNoneNone0.7%
pT1 high grade tumour5.3%Not availableNot availableNot availableNot available3%18%16.5%
Total number of patients 3011396371311513533148

NCCPSL = Cancer Registry of National Cancer Control Programme of Sri Lanka.