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1

What is lymphoma of the ureter encased or displaced by?

Retroperitoneal lymphoma

2

What is the result of lymphoma of the ureter?

Dilation of intrarenal collecting system/ureter to the level of the mass

3

What layer does bladder lymphoma primary arise from?

The submucosal layer

4

Who does bladder lymphoma common affect?

Women
- 40-60 years of age

5

How does bladder lymphoma appear on US?

Bladder wall mass is seen

6

Urachal adenocarcinoma

A rare and aggressive form of bladder cancer involving the urachus, a fibrous remnant of the allantois that extends from the bladder to the umbilicus

7

How long does the urachus measure in urachal adenocarcinoma?

3-10 cm long

8

What is urachal adenocarcinoma lined with?

Transitional apithelium

9

Who does urachal adenocarcinoma common affect?

Men

10

Where do most tumours arise from in urachal adenocarcinoma?

At the bladder dome

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Where does urachal adenocarcinoma invade?

Anterior abdominal wall and space of Retzius fat

12

What is the sonographic appearance of urachal adenocarcinoma? (2)

1. Solid cystic or complex
2. Sometimes calcified

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What are the symptoms of urachal adenocarcinoma? (3)

1. Frequency
2. Dysuria
3. Mucosuria