Primary Paraganglioma Of The Bladder In A 14‐year‐old Boy

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Case Report Sporadic renal hemangioblastoma in a boy: a rare

old girl and a 14-year-old boy (our case). None of 17 cases were associated with VHL dis-ease. All lesions of 17 cases have been unilateral and soli-tary with a slight predilect- ion for the right kidney. Tu- mor size was reported in 15 patients, ranging in maximum diameter from 1.2 to 6.8 cm with mean size 4.0 cm and median size 3.5 cm. Twelve


Paraganglioma of the bladder is a rare entity and it accounts for less than %0.5 of all bladder tumors [1]. They usually derive from orbit, nose, ear, mediastinum, carotid area, duodenum and urinary tract. Bladder is involved most frequently among genitourinary structures (%79.2). Other common sites for genitourinary

Hereditary paraganglioma in an Omani family

Our index patient was a 14 year old Omani boy (Figure 1, Patient II.15, who is 20 years old at present) from a remote village in Oman. He was referred to our clinic in 2012 with hypertension and extra adrenal lesions detected by CT scan in the left posterior mediastinum and in the right pelvic region near the urinary bladder. The


vesicle paraganglioma behind the symphysis pubis. J Urol. 1991; 146: 830-2. 2 Grignon DJ. Paraganglioma of the urinary bladder: immunohistochemical, ultrastructural, and DNA flowcytometric studies. Hum Pathol. 1991; 22: 1162-9. 3 Rahman SI. Primary paraganglioma of the bladder in a 14-year-old boy. Br J Urol. 1995; 75: 682-3. 4 Linnoila RI