Authored by Jane Stane


A biopsy refers to a sample that consists of tissue deduced from the body with the aim of examining the same at close ranges. In most cases, the practitioners refer to the section of abnormality such as lesion, tumor, or mass. Most importantly, biopsy is done with the aim of looking for cancer despite the fact that they can assist in identifying other conditions. It is important for doctors to be cautious when conducting such tests on the human body, and in this case, when examining bladder cancer. Bladder cancer refers to a type of cancer that develops in tissues of the human bladder. The current paper seeks to illustrate that the doctors responsible for carrying out biopsy on patients suffering from bladder cancer ought to be careful in order to avoid interfering with the overall welfare and life of the patients.

To begin with, it is worth mentioning that biopsy is an important method of verification of the tumor process and the strategic definition of medical tactics. However, not in all clinics patients with tumors do bladder biopsy in order to determine the indications for surgery. Shweta Iyer (2014) wrote that using biopsy in bladder cancer patients is connected with survival rates of the patients. That means an inaccurate biopsy sometimes leads to death. We suppose that there should be consequences for those physicians who do not obtain adequate biopsies because that is directly related to the correct diagnosis and subsequent treatment. Researchers found that during taking the specimens for analysis, there can appear some complications, and pathologists need take some written obligation for the procedure in order other physicians and patients could monitor the progress more decisively. Nevertheless, although the doctor is personally responsible for the diagnosis, he or she can be punished only if it is proved that the doctor had violated the standards of medical care. Patients need to be more active in their diagnosis of bladder cancer. If the patient has doubts about the accuracy of the diagnosis or treatment, he or she should immediately file a complaint to the police or investigating committee. The patient’s claim must be audited.

Bladder cancer refers to those types of diseases, in which a diagnostic process is not fully formed, and it needs to be improved and finalized. Even in this situation, people should prevent the occurrence of inaccuracies in diagnosis. Criminal negligence is a doctor's neglect of his or her direct responsibilities, resulting in the patient suffering (Charnow, 2014). We understand that in all situations, the patients must receive excellent treatment and be sure that their organism can overcome the disease because otherwise there is no need in therapy at all. There is nothing worse than physicians who do not help patients but exacerbate the disease process. Nowadays, patients need to secure the diagnostic accuracy.

In conclusion, it can be deduced that much caution is required when carrying out biopsy of bladder cancer in attempts to ensure the welfare of a patient. A mistake of negligence committed by a doctor can lead to more complications or death of a patient. Therefore, it is the role of a doctor to ensure that there are proper recommendations with regard to the biopsy performing, especially when a test shows that there is an abnormality in the body tissue. In fact, physicians ought to be held responsible for inaccurate biopsies on patients.

About the author: Jane Stane is a freelance writer at She helps students to simplify study life because she writes ready-made essays for them. She is interested in history and politics. She has five years of experience, and 20 years of in-depth study of history and politics. Apart from writing, she also likes to spend time with her friends and family, so you can find a lot of photos from different countries on her Facebook page.

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