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A case is reported of the concurrent presentation of anaplastic seminoma and mediastinal sarcoidosis. This is an exceedingly rare synchronous appearance of both entities and requires meticulous staging prior to initiating definitive therapy.
A forty-four-year-old white man had a stout rubber cable extruding 2 cm. from the external urethral meatus. He had introduced an 82-cm. rubber cable via his urethra into his bladder to assist in clearing dysuria and hematuria. Suprapublic removal of the rubber cable was accomplished, and his postoperative course was benign.