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Urinary Tract and male reproductive system | 2.2 Bladder
Case 2.2.1 Bladder tumors


Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor with a lobulated mass causing hematuria
Bladder tumors:
Bladder transitional cell carcinoma with a vascularized bladder mass
Bladder tumors:
Vascularized bladder tumor
Bladder tumors:
Transitional cell carcinoma with a vascularized tumor in the bladder
Bladder tumors:
Transitional cell carcinoma with a large irregular bladder mass
Bladder tumors:
Transitional cell carcinoma with a small irregular bladder mass with fine calcifications
Bladder tumors:
Large bladder carcinoma with bladderwall invasion
Bladder tumors:
Bladder transitional cell carcinoma with a vascularized invasive mass arising from the anterior bladder wall
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor with superficial echogenic foci representing calcifications causing acoustic shadowing mimicking a bladder calculus
Bladder tumors:
Multifocal transitional cell carcinoma with 2 vascularized polypoid lesions in the bladder
Bladder tumors:
Multiple bladder tumors
Bladder tumors:
Multifocal transitional cell carcinoma with multiple polypoid lesions in the bladder
Bladder tumors:
Multifocal bladder carcinoma with multiple vascularized polypoid lesions. One lesion infiltrates the prostate.
Bladder tumors:
Calculus in the distal ureter unable to pass to the bladder because of an obstructing small transtional cell carcinoma
Bladder tumors:
Obstructing transtional cell carcinoma with hydronephrosis
Bladder tumors:
Bladder transitional cell carcinoma with an invasive mass arising from the posterior bladder wall with bilateral urinary tract obstruction
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor infiltrating the anterior aspect of the uterus and causing obstruction of the urinary tract on the right side
Bladder tumors:
Transitional carcinoma with a tumor in the bladder and right ureter with a dilatated right kidney
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor with vascularity and dilatation of the left ureter and kidney
Bladder tumors:
Large bladder carcinoma with liver metastases and urinary tract obstruction
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor with obstruction caused by ureteric invasion
Bladder tumors:
Transitional carcinoma extending in the ureter
Bladder tumors:
Bladder mass that could be mistaken for bloodclots in a patient with an 8 cm renal cell carcinoma. Color doppler confirms that the mass is a ...
Bladder tumors:
Large bladder tumor and retroperitoneal lymph nodes
Bladder tumors:
Bladder diverticula with a vascularized tumor mass (transitional ca.) in a diverticulum
Bladder tumors:
Malignant tumor in a large bladder diverticulum. The tumor is vascularized thus excluding sludge
Bladder tumors and blood clots :
Bladder tumor (transitional cell) with a vascularized mass and bloodclots in the bladder
Bladder tumors and blood clots :
Bladder tumor (transitional cell) with bloodclots
Benign tumors:
Endometriosis in the bladder
Pitfalls:
Bloodclot in the bladder mimicking a tumor
Pitfalls:
Bloodclots in the bladder mimicking a bladder tumor. The hematuria is caused by a small renal cell carcinoma in the left kidney
Pitfalls:
Large bloodclot in the bladder that could be mistaken for a tumor in a patient with dissiminated prostate cancer invading the bladder
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor with a lobulated mass causing hematuria
Bladder tumors:
Bladder transitional cell carcinoma with a vascularized bladder mass
Bladder tumors:
Vascularized bladder tumor
Bladder tumors:
Transitional cell carcinoma with a vascularized tumor in the bladder
Bladder tumors:
Transitional cell carcinoma with a large irregular bladder mass
Bladder tumors:
Transitional cell carcinoma with a small irregular bladder mass with fine calcifications
Bladder tumors:
Large bladder carcinoma with bladderwall invasion
Bladder tumors:
Bladder transitional cell carcinoma with a vascularized invasive mass arising from the anterior bladder wall
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor with superficial echogenic foci representing calcifications causing acoustic shadowing mimicking a bladder calculus
Bladder tumors:
Multifocal transitional cell carcinoma with 2 vascularized polypoid lesions in the bladder
Bladder tumors:
Multiple bladder tumors
Bladder tumors:
Multifocal transitional cell carcinoma with multiple polypoid lesions in the bladder
Bladder tumors:
Multifocal bladder carcinoma with multiple vascularized polypoid lesions. One lesion infiltrates the prostate.
Bladder tumors:
Calculus in the distal ureter unable to pass to the bladder because of an obstructing small transtional cell carcinoma
Bladder tumors:
Obstructing transtional cell carcinoma with hydronephrosis
Bladder tumors:
Bladder transitional cell carcinoma with an invasive mass arising from the posterior bladder wall with bilateral urinary tract obstruction
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor infiltrating the anterior aspect of the uterus and causing obstruction of the urinary tract on the right side
Bladder tumors:
Transitional carcinoma with a tumor in the bladder and right ureter with a dilatated right kidney
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor with vascularity and dilatation of the left ureter and kidney
Bladder tumors:
Large bladder carcinoma with liver metastases and urinary tract obstruction
Bladder tumors:
Bladder tumor with obstruction caused by ureteric invasion
Bladder tumors:
Transitional carcinoma extending in the ureter
Bladder tumors:
Bladder mass that could be mistaken for bloodclots in a patient with an 8 cm renal cell carcinoma. Color doppler confirms that the mass is a ...
Bladder tumors:
Large bladder tumor and retroperitoneal lymph nodes
Bladder tumors:
Bladder diverticula with a vascularized tumor mass (transitional ca.) in a diverticulum
Bladder tumors:
Malignant tumor in a large bladder diverticulum. The tumor is vascularized thus excluding sludge
Bladder tumors and blood clots :
Bladder tumor (transitional cell) with a vascularized mass and bloodclots in the bladder
Bladder tumors and blood clots :
Bladder tumor (transitional cell) with bloodclots
Benign tumors:
Endometriosis in the bladder
Pitfalls:
Bloodclot in the bladder mimicking a tumor
Pitfalls:
Bloodclots in the bladder mimicking a bladder tumor. The hematuria is caused by a small renal cell carcinoma in the left kidney
Pitfalls:
Large bloodclot in the bladder that could be mistaken for a tumor in a patient with dissiminated prostate cancer invading the bladder
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