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Updates on Urinary Bladder Tumors with Neuroendocrine Features.

The most common neuroendocrine tumor in the urinary bladder is small cell carcinoma, which can be pure or mixed with components of urothelial or other histologic subtypes. Large cell neuroendocrine carcinoma of the bladder is rare and remains ill-defined but is increasingly recognized. Well-differentiated neuroendocrine tumor and paraganglioma can arise in the bladder but are very rare in this location. Recent advances in molecular characterization allowed for better classification and may offer improved stratification of these tumors.

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