Bladder cancer is a condition where the cells multiply and grow without normal control. The cells multiply forming growths which are referred to as tumors. The increase in the number of cells also increases the size of the tumor. Cancerous tumors are malignant and invade the space and nutrition which is meant for the tissues. These bladder cancers may travel through the lymph system and can cause cancers in remote organs.
The most common type of bladder cancer is the urothelial cell carcinoma, these urothelial cells are found in the lining of the wall of the bladder and when they start proliferating abnormally they cause the urothelial cell carcinoma.
The Squamous cell carcinoma is another type of a bladder cancer and here the abnormally proliferating cells are the squamous cells. This type of cancer normally occurs due to bladder inflammation that has taken place for many months or years. The Adenocarcinoma arises from the cells which make up the glands.
Cancer is a condition where there is an abnormal multiplication of cells in the urinary bladder. The urinary bladder is a muscular organ which stores urine before it is discharged out of the body. This organ is located in the pelvic region of the body. The abnormal multiplication of cells gives rise to a number of malignant growths in the bladder. The most common form of bladder cancer is called the transitional cell carcinoma which affects the cells lining the bladder. It is also referred to as the urothelial cell carcinoma.