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Long-term survival with malignant melanoma metastatic to the bladder
Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Ottawa, Active Attending Staff Uro
Jul  1994 (Vol.  1, Issue  3, Pages( 53 - 54)


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  • Malignant melanoma metastatic to the bladder is a relatively common autopsy finding, but rarely manifests clinically as it is usually a late finding in the course of the disease. Herein is the report of a case of muscle invasive malignant melanoma at the dome of the urinary bladder treated by radical transurethral resection with no evidence of bladder recurrence four years later.