PMID: 3120846Jun 1, 1987

Allergy to mitomycin C complicating topical administration for urothelial cancer

British Journal of Urology
J A InglisK M Grigor

Abstract

Three cases are presented in which eosinophilic cystitis developed when patients who were known to have superficial bladder cancer were treated with instillations of the alkylating agent Mitomycin C.

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Related Concepts

Intravesical Injection
Malignant Neoplasm of Urinary Bladder
Carcinoma, Transitional Cell
Cystitis
Drug Allergy
Eosinophilia, Tropical
Mitomycins
Mutamycin

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