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Transurethral resection of a large bladder hemangioma of mixed histological composition: a case report

Authors Martov AG, Pominalnaya VM, Kurkov AV, Baykov NA, Gomzikova EA, Fayzullin AL, Balykov IS, Ergakov DV

Received 20 December 2018

Accepted for publication 15 April 2019

Published 6 June 2019 Volume 2019:11 Pages 175—178

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/RRU.S198854

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Alexey G Martov,1,2 Viktoriya M Pominalnaya,3 Alexandr V Kurkov,3,4 Nikolay A Baykov,1,2 Ekaterina A Gomzikova,3 Alexey L Fayzullin,4 Ilya S Balykov,1,2 Dmitry V Ergakov1,2

1Department of Urology and Andrology, IPPE of A.I. Burnazyan SSC FMBC, Federal Biomedical Agency of Russia, Moscow, Russia; 2Department of Urology №2, D.D. Pletnev City Clinical Hospital, Moscow Health Department, Moscow, Russia; 3Department of Anatomic Pathology, D.D. Pletnev City Clinical Hospital, Moscow Health Department, Moscow, Russia; 4Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Sechenov University, Ministry of Health, Moscow, Russia

Abstract: Hemangioma is a rare benign vascular tumor of the bladder, which occurs mainly in children. It has no specific clinical symptoms but can result in severe and fatal complications as well as relapse. In the current clinical observation, a 35-year-old patient had a large solid tumor of the bladder spreading into the muscular layer. In histological and immunohistochemical analyses, verified hemangioma consisted of capillary, cavernous and arterio-venous components. The patient underwent transurethral resection of the bladder using computer chromoendoscopy. It is the first to the best of our knowledge complete transurethral removal of 3 cm in diameter bladder hemangioma.

Keywords: hemangioma, transurethral resection, urinary bladder, urinary bladder neoplasms


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