A triple cancer of urinary system Hiroshi Aoki 1 , Fumito Yamabe 1 , Norie Tanaka 1 , Hideyuki Kobayashi 1 , Koichi Nagao 1 , Koichi Nakajima 1 1Depertment of urology, Faculty of Medicine, Toho Univercity Keyword: 重複癌 , 泌尿器悪性腫瘍 pp.873-875
Published Date 2015/9/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1413205457
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The patient was a 74-year-old man during follow-up at another hospital after treatment for bladder cancer. The patient presented in 2011 complaining of weakness in the hips. Right renal tumor was identified on computed tomography and prostatic cancer was found on magnetic resonance imaging. In addition, recurrent bladder cancer was found on cystoscopy. After prostatic biopsy and transurethral resection of bladder tumor, radical nephrectomy was performed under the diagnosis of right renal carcinoma. Histopathological results revealed cancer of the kidney, bladder, and prostate, leading to a diagnosis of triple cancer. Twenty-seven cases including own case appear to have been reported to date.

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