Bladder cancer (BCa) emits specific volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with urine and they can be detected by the electronic nose. The aim is to diagnostic performances of the electronic nose in detecting BCa have been investigated in a pilot study.

Improved non-invasive diagnosis of Bladder Cancer: A large pilot study with electronic nose

Bassi P. F.;Palermo G.;Arboretti R.;Ceccato R.;Salmaso L.;
2020

Abstract

Bladder cancer (BCa) emits specific volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with urine and they can be detected by the electronic nose. The aim is to diagnostic performances of the electronic nose in detecting BCa have been investigated in a pilot study.
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