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3 responses to “Prostatic TCC”
Two other possiblities would
Two other possiblities would be an intra-prostatic cyst and abscess. Both of these can result in a false diagnosis of TCC on a wash. Would recommend FNA aspirate of the cyst as well as the surrounding prostatic tissue.
Thanks Rob – would you
Thanks Rob – would you describe this as two intraparenchymal irregular fluid filled structures with thick hyperechoic walls with areas of mineralisation? Would you agree there is also thickening of the bladder neck and proximal urethra though?
Correct with your description
Correct with your description but not convinced about the thickening of the bladder neck/urethra.