EPITELIAL SAFE TUMORS OF BLADDER RATE, TYPES AND CAUSES

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Shodiev O’lmas Mustafaevich
Khaidarova Nargiza Akhtamovna

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 The discussion of these publications in the article examined the data on the incidence, types, and causes of benign tumors of the bladder epithelial tissue. The results showed that safe tumors of the bladder account for 4-6% of all cancers, are 4 times more common in men than in women, and manifest as polyps and papillomas. Risk factors for bladder tumors are hormonal imbalances, environmental pollutants, chronic diseases of the bladder, including cystitis, urethritis, leukoplakia, stone disease, prostatitis, ulcers, cases of blood and lymph stagnation in the bladder, parasite invasion. The polyp is single-nodular or numerous, the tissue is composed of fibromatosis, angiomatosis, myxamatosis, the surface of which has a structure covered with urothelium. Bladder papilloma is an exophytic-growing benign tumor, available in invasive and noninvasive types, with multilayered variable epithelium.

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