Clin. Pract., Volume 11, Issue 1 (March 2021) – 24 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Urothelial carcinoma is a common neoplasm in Western countries since it has been linked to tobacco use and pollution among other etiologic factors. Urothelial carcinoma has many faces under the microscope, and a broad spectrum of mimickers. Mimickers of urothelial carcinoma may not only be a wide range of inflammatory, reactive, and malformative conditions. Some tumors, benign and malignant, and pseudotumors may occasionally simulate urothelial carcinoma. This review revisits the personal experience of the authors calling the attention of urologists and pathologists to this possibility. Some conditions may mimic urothelial carcinoma from a clinical–radiological perspective, others only under the microscope, and others are puzzling entities with unresolved etiology pending a strict categorization. View this paper.
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