Late penile metastasis from primary bladder carcinoma.

Abstract

We report a case of late penile metastasis from primary bladder carcinoma. Penile metastases are an extremely rare occurrence. The most striking feature of this case was that lung metastasis was diagnosed 7.5 years after the patient presented with primary bladder carcinoma and that metastasis to the penis was detected another 2.5 years later. No further urothelial carcinoma recurrence was observed during follow-up until the patient died of lung cancer 6 years after the occurrence of penile metastasis. The case is discussed with reference to published reports.

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@article{Berger2003LatePM, title={Late penile metastasis from primary bladder carcinoma.}, author={Andreas Berger and Hermann Rogatsch and Lorenz Hoeltl and Hannes Steiner and Georg Bartsch and Alfred Hobisch}, journal={Urology}, year={2003}, volume={62 1}, pages={145} }