A Large Perivesical Mass in a Patient with the History of Bladder Cancer; Does it always Mean a Tumor Extension?
AbstractA man with a history of urothelial carcinoma is presented here. According to investigations, he had bilateral hydronephrosis due to the pressure effect of a large mass in his bladder. The patient underwent surgical procedure including mass resection and ureter reimplantation. The final pathology report was only fat necrosis.
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