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Urethral Cancer, Transitional Cell Carcinoma, T2N0M0

Sunkin JAS - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Urethral Cancer, Transitional Cell Carcinoma, T2N0M0

History: This is a 94 year old man with a non contributory past medical history that presented to the Urology clinic with 3 months of urinary incontinence and urgency, as well as a sense of obstruction.

Findings: On these T1 weighted post gad MRI images an irregular mass of approx 5cm x 1.5 cm is visible within the corpus spongiosum. The mass appears of intermediate signal intensity and is heterogeneous in composition. There is no definitive invasion into the corpora cavernosa but the mass has indistinct margins and is poorly circumscribed. No lymphadenopathy is seen.

Ddx: Urethral Cancer (Squamous vs Transitional vs. AdenoCA) Benign Stricture Disease Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy Urinary Tract Infection

Dxhow: Transitional Cell Carcinoma was confirmed with biopsy taken at Cystoscopy

Exam: On exam the patient was found to have a palpable mass within the penis of approx 5cm x 1cm within the glans and shaft of the penis. The prostate was smooth and uniformed enlarged without nodules. Urinalysis and Urine Culture was negative, and cystoscopy revealed an abnormal and irregular stricture within the distal urethra.

No MeSH data available.


The dilated urethral can be seen within the proximal corpus spongiosum due to the distal obstruction from the mass.  The mass is seen here as the poorly circumscribed heterogeneous mass in the distal penis.
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MPX2247_synpic29141: The dilated urethral can be seen within the proximal corpus spongiosum due to the distal obstruction from the mass. The mass is seen here as the poorly circumscribed heterogeneous mass in the distal penis.


Urethral Cancer, Transitional Cell Carcinoma, T2N0M0

Sunkin JAS - MedPix (2006)

The dilated urethral can be seen within the proximal corpus spongiosum due to the distal obstruction from the mass.  The mass is seen here as the poorly circumscribed heterogeneous mass in the distal penis.
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MPX2247_synpic29141: The dilated urethral can be seen within the proximal corpus spongiosum due to the distal obstruction from the mass. The mass is seen here as the poorly circumscribed heterogeneous mass in the distal penis.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Urethral Cancer, Transitional Cell Carcinoma, T2N0M0

History: This is a 94 year old man with a non contributory past medical history that presented to the Urology clinic with 3 months of urinary incontinence and urgency, as well as a sense of obstruction.

Findings: On these T1 weighted post gad MRI images an irregular mass of approx 5cm x 1.5 cm is visible within the corpus spongiosum. The mass appears of intermediate signal intensity and is heterogeneous in composition. There is no definitive invasion into the corpora cavernosa but the mass has indistinct margins and is poorly circumscribed. No lymphadenopathy is seen.

Ddx: Urethral Cancer (Squamous vs Transitional vs. AdenoCA) Benign Stricture Disease Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy Urinary Tract Infection

Dxhow: Transitional Cell Carcinoma was confirmed with biopsy taken at Cystoscopy

Exam: On exam the patient was found to have a palpable mass within the penis of approx 5cm x 1cm within the glans and shaft of the penis. The prostate was smooth and uniformed enlarged without nodules. Urinalysis and Urine Culture was negative, and cystoscopy revealed an abnormal and irregular stricture within the distal urethra.

No MeSH data available.