Editor: Mahmut Akgul (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Contributors: Laurence A. Galea, Ana Cristina Vargas
A male patient in his 70s presented with macroscopic haematuria and underwent transurethral resection of a bladder tumour. He had a history of hypercholesterolaemia and metastatic prostatic carcinoma on androgen deprivation therapy.
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1. What is the correct diagnosis?
a) Granular cell tumor and prostatic adenocarcinoma
b) Bladder xanthoma and urothelial carcinoma
c) Prostatic carcinoma with and without significant treatment effect
d) ALK-positive histiocytosis and urothelial carcinoma
e) Bladder xanthoma and prostatic carcinoma without significant treatment effect