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Case of the Week

2021-16/ April 19

Contributors: Paulo Athanazio, Daniel Athanazio 

A patient in his 60s underwent prostate needle biopsy due to elevated serum PSA (12 ng/ml) and a PI-RADS 4 lesion at left apex.

(Figure 1 refers to findings in the left base. Figures 2 to 5 refer to findings in left apex.)

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5 photo(s) Updated on: April 16, 2021


1.   What is the correct diagnosis?

a) Adenocarcinoma + Cryptococcosis 

b) Adenocarcinoma + Paracoccidioidomycosis  

c) Adenocarcinoma  + Malakoplakia 

d) Adenocarcinoma + Histoplasmosis    

e) Atrophy + Xanthoma

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