Bladder leiomyoma in male patient presenting with renal onco
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Bladder leiomyomas are uncommon benign mesenchymal tumors that account for less than 0.43% of bladder tumors. Their incidence is highest in young and adult females. Patients may complain of nonspecific urinary symptoms or pelvic pain.Reported tumor size varies. However, the majority of patients have tumors smaller than 10 cm in diameter. Renal oncocytomas are benign tumors of the kidney. They represent approximately 3–7% of all primary renal solid tumors and occur most frequently in males.It is difficult to differentiate between renal oncocytomas and malignant renal cell carcinomas (RCCs) using clinical or radiographic evidence. Therefore, the former should be managed surgically, like RCCs, by radical or partial nephrectomy.A 64-year-old male patient with a large pelvic mass and a right renal mass was presented. The patient underwent a right radical nephrectomy and pelvic mass excision. A histopathological examination led to a diagnosis of renal oncocytoma and urinary bladder leiomyoma...

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