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Primary transitional cell carcinoma of the anterior urethra: a rare presentation.
  1. J J Fernando,
  2. T M Wanas
  1. Department of Genitourinary Medicine, Royal Hospital, Wolverhampton, UK.


    A 72 year old Caucasian male presented with symptoms and signs of littritis. There was no response to a two week course of doxycycline. Cysto-urethroscopy revealed a transitional cell carcinoma of the anterior urethra. As there was no response to deep x-ray therapy, radical amputation of the penis was carried out. The literature pertaining to this rare entity is reviewed.

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