Nephrogenic Adenoma Of The Bladder A Case ReportJournal: International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (Vol.3, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2014-04-15
Authors : Y. Essatara; M.Asseban; M.H. Benazzouz; H. El Sayegh; A. Iken; L. Benslimane; K.Znati; Y. Nouini;
Page : 58-60
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Abstract Nephrogenic metaplasia is a benign tumor characterized by urothelial tubulo - papillary structures. It is also called nephrogenic adenoma. It is a benin lesion and highly prone to recurrency. We report a case of a bladder nephrogenic metaplasia of a 65 years old patient with hematuria and POLLAKIURIA. Clinical examination was normal. Ultrasonography showed a circumferential thickening bladder while cystoscopy showed a tumor at the dome and the right side. A transurethral resection of the bladder was performed. Histological study concluded at the existence of nephrogenic metaplasia of the bladder mucosa. The evolution was favorable and postoperative controls including cystoscopy and intravenous urography IVU at 1 3 and 6 months were normal.
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