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Description of registry
After prostate cancer, bladder cancer is the most common form of urological tumour. The objectives of the National Quality Register for Bladder Cancer are to:
- identify existing examination and treatment procedures in the country and perform comparisons between regions and hospitals
- lay the foundation for long-term rational improvement measures
- continuously register lead times from referral to consultation to transurethral surgery to more extensive curative treatment, and report these lead times to the sector and to the general public
• record development of the condition after primary treatment with first recurrence, progress and death in tumour disease.
Note: Variable lists are updated on a regular basis and should therefore be seen as preliminary. For the latest version, please contact the registry.