Urol Case Rep 2019 May 26;24:100883. Epub 2019 Mar 26.
General Medicine, Musashino Red Cross Hospital, Tokyo, Japan.
It is known that prostate cancer usually presents as adenocarcinoma, frequently metastasizes to bone, appears osteoblastic on radiographs, and shows elevated PSA. Herein, we describe a case of an 80-year-old man diagnosed with prostate cancer presenting as adenocarcinoma and small cell carcinoma in different areas as well as osteolytic bone metastases in the ilium, right rib, vertebrae, and bilateral femurs with markedly elevated CEA (2391 ng/mL) and Pro-GRP (2610 pg/mL). Occasionally, prostate cancer can appear as osteolytic bone metastases, and in this case, it is possible that the prostate cancer contained small cell carcinoma. Read More