A Rare Case of the Urinary Bladder: Small Cell Carcinoma
Akcay, Eda Yilmaz
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Small cell carcinoma generally originates from the lungs. However, rarely, it could be observed in organs other than the lungs. Primary small cell carcinoma of the bladder is a rare and aggressive disease and it generally presents itself with metastasis. Although there has not been a consensus on the method of treatment for this rare disease, multimodal treatment is recommended. In this study, we present long-term results of transurethral resection in a patient with non-muscle-invasive primary small cell carcinoma who refused additional treatments.