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An unusual coexistence of primary urethral carcinoma and para-testicular lipoma

Authors:Banushree C Srinivasamurthy
Int J Biol Med Res. 2012; 3(3): 1961 - 1963.  |  PDF File


Primary urethral carcinomas are rare. They are common in the posterior bulbo-membranous urethra in males and may be of urothelial type or adenocarcinoma or even squamous cell origin. We present a case of primary urethral carcinoma of squamous cell type in a seventy-year-old male who presented with penile enlargement and right para-testicular lesion that turned out to be lipoma.