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Oncocytic carcinoid tumour of the bladder
  1. J E Mccabe1,
  2. S Das1,
  3. P Dowling2,
  4. B N Hamid2,
  5. B A Pettersson3
  1. 1Department of Urology, Countess of Chester Hospital, Liverpool Road, Chester, CH2 1UL UK;
  2. 2Department of Pathology, Countess of Chester Hospital
  3. 3Department of Urology, Countess of Chester Hospital

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    We report the case of a 77 year old man who underwent an ultrasound scan for lower abdominal pain. He had no significant medical history. The scan identified a small inguinal hernia, explaining his discomfort. A small filling defect in the bladder was also incidentally reported. Urinalysis revealed no abnormality. A rigid cystoscopy was performed. This revealed a raised swelling with normal appearance of the overlying mucosa, superior to the midpoint of the interureteric ridge. The lesion was approximately 1 …

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