Current detection methods

Hematuria

  • The current gold standard for bladder cancer detection is cystoscopy

  • Cystoscopy is a painful and invasive procedure performed by a urologist

  • Confirmatory tests such as a CT Scan, intravenous, pyelogram (IVP),        X-Ray, MRI, Ultra-sound, and urine cytology are also used but with limited utility.

Collect Urine Sample
Send to Participating Labs
Discuss Results With Your Patient

SENSITIVE AND SPECIFIC

100% Sensitivity & 96% Specificity*

COMPATIBLE

with all standard immunohistochemistry systems

GOLD STANDARD POTENTIAL

current data suggests URO17™ test is the most sensitive/specific for bladder cancer test

*Babu et al., Mod Pathol. 2019 May;32(5):717-724

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