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1.Recurrences are common in Transitional Cell Carcinoma(TCC) of the bladder,upto 80% will exhibit at least one recurrence. 2.The tumour appears to be superficial,non-muscle invasive TCC have a good prognosis with a 5 year survival rate of almost 85-95%.Carcinoma In Situ(CIS) as mentioned for specimen B and Cis more aggressive. 3.Regular follow ups with imaging studies and cystoscopy will help monitor and assess the progress of the malignancy.Hence cystoscopy and CT/MRI scans will need to be done on a regularly for follow up.. 4.The prognosis of TCC tends to decrease with increase in grading,higher grades like 2,3 tend to have a poorer prognosis.The survival rates tend to fall to 63%-80% with T2,T3 a 67-72% and T3 b falling to 17-57%. 5.Carcinoma in Situ is a more aggressive type of bladder cancer ,it carries a poorer prognosis. 6.Specimen B is labelled as Carcinoma in Situ.