EURORAD ESR

Case 7596

Magnetic resonance imaging of penile metastases in a patient with bladder cancer.

Author(s)
Maschio V, Maschio C, Zizzi N, Manfredi M, Caputo L, Stella A.
 
Patient
male, 84 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
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    sagittal STIR and contrast-enhaced Fat Sat T1-weighted images shows extensive multiple low-signal-intensity lesions involving the corpora cavernosa and the corpus spongiosum.

     
     
     
  • Figure 2
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    coronal STIR and contrast-enhaced Fat Sat T1-weighted images shows the priapism and confirm the presence of multiple metastases and the involvement of the septum that divides the corpora cavernosa. Inguinal...

     
     
     
  • Figure 3
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    axial T1-weighted and contrast-enhaced Fat Sat T1-weighted images: metastases are isointense to the corpora cavernosa on T1-weighted images, however, the distortion of contour of the corpora cavernosa and of the...

     
     
     
  • Figure 4
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    coronal STIR, contrast-enhaced Fat Sat T1-weighted and FSE T2-weighted images reveals neoplastic mass in the bladder infiltrating left ureterovescical junction (red arrow), with dilation of pelvic ureter (green arrow)

     
     
     
sagittal STIR and contrast-enhaced Fat Sat T1-weighted images shows extensive multiple low-signal-intensity lesions involving the corpora cavernosa and the corpus spongiosum.
 
coronal STIR and contrast-enhaced Fat Sat T1-weighted images shows the priapism and confirm the presence of multiple metastases and the involvement of the septum that divides the corpora cavernosa. Inguinal lymphadenopathy are also present (red arrows).
 
axial T1-weighted and contrast-enhaced Fat Sat T1-weighted images: metastases are isointense to the corpora cavernosa on T1-weighted images, however, the distortion of contour of the corpora cavernosa and of the septum marks its presence. Axial postgadolinium Fat Sat T1-weighted images shows that the lesions enhances less than the remainder of the corpora cavernosa.
 
coronal STIR, contrast-enhaced Fat Sat T1-weighted and FSE T2-weighted images reveals neoplastic mass in the bladder infiltrating left ureterovescical junction (red arrow), with dilation of pelvic ureter (green arrow)
 
 
 
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