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Table 2 Interpretations of the diagnostic imaging

From: A retrospective study of prostate cancer cases mimicking urothelial cell carcinoma of the bladder

Cases Abdominal ultrasound diagnosis CT scan MRI Bone ECT Intravenous urography
1 lesion in bladder neck bladder lesion PCa invading urinary bladder multiple bone metastasis normal
2 lesion in bladder neck bladder lesion PCa invading urinary bladder multiple bone metastasis normal
3 lesion in bladder trigone bladder lesion PCa invading urinary bladder multiple bone metastasis normal
4 lesion in bladder neck and trigone bladder lesion PCa multiple bone metastasis -
5 lesion in bladder neck - PCa invading urinary bladder no metastasis lesion in bladder
6 lesion in bladder neck bladder lesion PCa invading urinary bladder multiple bone metastasis normal
7 lesion in bladder neck and trigone bladder lesion PCa no metastasis -
8 lesion in bladder neck and trigone - PCa invading urinary bladder multiple bone metastasis -
9 lesion in bladder trigone bladder lesion - multiple bone metastasis normal
10 lesion in bladder trigone bladder lesion - no metastasis normal
11 lesion in bladder neck bladder lesion (considered to be of prostate origin) PCa invading urinary bladder no metastasis lesion in bladder
12 lesion in bladder neck and trigone - - no metastasis -
13 lesion in bladder neck - PCa invading urinary bladder no metastasis -
14 lesion in bladder neck - PCa invading urinary bladder no metastasis -