Case Report
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2021.
World J Clin Cases. Oct 6, 2021; 9(28): 8453-8460
Published online Oct 6, 2021. doi: 10.12998/wjcc.v9.i28.8453
Figure 1
Figure 1 Pre-operative cystoscopy examination. A semispherical-shaped lesion, measuring appoximately 4.0 cm in diameter at the junction of the left wall and roof of the urinary bladder and covered with normal bladder mucosa.
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Figure 2 Pre-operative pelvic computed tomography scan. The orange arrow indicates a high-density lesion on the left wall of the bladder, measuring approximately 2.9 cm × 2.4 cm with clear boundaries, with a mean computed tomography value of 44HU.
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Figure 3 Pre-operative contrast-enhanced pelvic magnetic resonance imaging. The orange arrow indicates a space-occupying lesion seen on the left wall of the bladder, originating from the bladder wall mucous membrane. It tended to infiltrate peripheral tissue, which was preliminarily suspected to be a desmoplastic fibroma or leiomyoma. A-D: It shows an oval structure that is isointense on T1WI (A) and T2WI (B) sequences; T1WI + fat suppression + enhanced sequence reveals noticeable enhancement (C); DWI sequence revealed limited diffusion (D).
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Figure 4 Figures of laparoscopic partial cystectomy. The round solid neoplasm of the bladder was resected under laparoscopic assistance (orange arrows). A: Incising the bladder wall to expose the neoplasm; B: Resecting the neoplasm along the boundaries.
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Figure 5 Immunohistochemistry of the post-operative specimen. A-D: Hematoxylin-eosin staining shows abundant granular eosinophilic cells with round cytoplasm and small nuclei as shown in (A) (× 100) and (C) (× 400); S-100 staining shows strong positivity for scattered pleomorphic cells with vacuolar nuclei and the increased nuclei/cytoplasm ratio as shown in (B) (× 100) and (D) (× 400).