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Tumor growth in intestinal neobladder.

Skrodzki WJ, Głuchowski J, Weli-Wegbe J, Blawat A, Kordasz J - Cent European J Urol (2014)

Bottom Line: The case of a 73 years old man with tumor in intestinal neobladder was presented.Tumor proved to be benign, follow-up revealed no recurrences.The schedule of lifelong follow-up was proposed.

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Affiliation: Department of Urology, Regional Specialist Hospital, Słupsk, Poland.

ABSTRACT
The case of a 73 years old man with tumor in intestinal neobladder was presented. Tumor was resected using standard TUR technique. Tumor proved to be benign, follow-up revealed no recurrences. The schedule of lifelong follow-up was proposed.

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Tumor at the dome of the neobladder.
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Figure 0001: Tumor at the dome of the neobladder.

Mentions: The case history of a 73 years old man with no family history of colorectal cancer started in 1999 when he was operated because of pT3NxMo adenocarcinoma of the bladder. An orthotopic Alcini neobladder was created using an ileocaecal segment with multiple transverse taeniomyotomies. The postoperative course was uneventful. The patient did not report for a follow up. Ten years after the cystectomy he was referred to a urologist because of unspecified pain in the abdomen and was admitted to the hospital. Since the patient had a history of bladder cancer and no history of abdominal pain, the differential diagnosis was primarily focused on the possible recurrence of the bladder cancer. No signs of urinary tract infection or recurrence of the cancer was seen. Physical examination revealed no abnormalities. Apart from slightly elevated creatinine, all basic biochemical parameters were within normal ranges. An ultrasound scan confirmed only the presence of a single simple left renal cyst. During the cystoscopy, a 1.5 cm tumor at the dome of the neobladder was found and resected using standard Transurethral Resection (TUR) technique (Figure 1). As for the therapy, a number of different endoscopic approaches were used including endoscopic cut biopsy in the colonic neobladder and TUR in the sigmoid neobladder, as was done in our case [2].


Tumor growth in intestinal neobladder.

Skrodzki WJ, Głuchowski J, Weli-Wegbe J, Blawat A, Kordasz J - Cent European J Urol (2014)

Tumor at the dome of the neobladder.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 0001: Tumor at the dome of the neobladder.
Mentions: The case history of a 73 years old man with no family history of colorectal cancer started in 1999 when he was operated because of pT3NxMo adenocarcinoma of the bladder. An orthotopic Alcini neobladder was created using an ileocaecal segment with multiple transverse taeniomyotomies. The postoperative course was uneventful. The patient did not report for a follow up. Ten years after the cystectomy he was referred to a urologist because of unspecified pain in the abdomen and was admitted to the hospital. Since the patient had a history of bladder cancer and no history of abdominal pain, the differential diagnosis was primarily focused on the possible recurrence of the bladder cancer. No signs of urinary tract infection or recurrence of the cancer was seen. Physical examination revealed no abnormalities. Apart from slightly elevated creatinine, all basic biochemical parameters were within normal ranges. An ultrasound scan confirmed only the presence of a single simple left renal cyst. During the cystoscopy, a 1.5 cm tumor at the dome of the neobladder was found and resected using standard Transurethral Resection (TUR) technique (Figure 1). As for the therapy, a number of different endoscopic approaches were used including endoscopic cut biopsy in the colonic neobladder and TUR in the sigmoid neobladder, as was done in our case [2].

Bottom Line: The case of a 73 years old man with tumor in intestinal neobladder was presented.Tumor proved to be benign, follow-up revealed no recurrences.The schedule of lifelong follow-up was proposed.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Urology, Regional Specialist Hospital, Słupsk, Poland.

ABSTRACT
The case of a 73 years old man with tumor in intestinal neobladder was presented. Tumor was resected using standard TUR technique. Tumor proved to be benign, follow-up revealed no recurrences. The schedule of lifelong follow-up was proposed.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus