METASTATIC PENILE TUMOR FROM GASTRIC CARCINOMA:A CASE REPORT Hirofumi Komatsu 1 , Masahisa Wajiki 1 , Mohammada Hassan Pajand 1 1Urology, Shinonoi General Hospital Keyword: 転移性陰茎腫瘍 , 胃癌 pp.245-246
Published Date 1992/3/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1413900554
  • Abstract

A 58-year-old man complained of perineal pain. A subcutaneous mass as large as a thumb-tip was noted along the bulbus urethra. The mass was excised. Pathological diagnosis was signet ring cell carcinoma. Further examinations disclosed a gastric carcinoma (Borrman 4). The patient died of cancer seven months postoperatively. This patient is the fifth case of metastatic penile tumors originating from the stomach.

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