Rare synchronous metastases of renal cell carcinoma.

Urol Ann 2014 Apr;6(2):157-8

Department of Surgery, Southern Health, Melbourne, Australia.

Renal cell carcinoma can metastasize to any region of the body. We review a patient who presents fourteen years after initial resection of the primary tumor with distant metastatic disease. This included spread to the bladder and penis that manifested as frank haematuria and malignant priapism respectively. We discuss the mechanism of spread and the management options available.

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April 2014
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