Corpus spongiosum metastasis with malignant priapism due to multiple metastatic bladder carcinoma:A case report Masaki Kawai 1 , Kazuto Okajima 1 , Kazuki Kobayashi 1 , Masatoshi Moriyama 1 1Department of Urology,Yokohama Municipal Citizen's Hospital Keyword: 転移性陰茎腫瘍 , 持続勃起症 , 膀胱腫瘍 pp.227-229
Published Date 2006/3/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1413100039
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A 67-year-old man was diagnosed as transitional cell carcinoma(TCC)of the bladder,grade 3 and stage pT3 with metastasis to lung,para aortic and internal iliac lymph node. During treatments of combined chemotherapy,MEC regimen,he had painful semi-erect penis. We tried bloodletting suspecting priapism,but only in vain. Needle biopsy of the corpus spongiosum histologically revealed metastatic TCC. Regardless of additional MEC therapy,metastatic lesions progressed and brain metastasis developed,and he died in June 2004.

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