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Myxosarcoma of the prostate is of rare occurrence. The clinical diagnosis is frequently difficult due to the fact that most of these patients are seen late in the disease. Pelvic tumors of mesothelial origin may arise in the retrovesical tissue and bladder and the prostate become so completely invaded as to make the diagnosis of the primary site of the tumor impossible.
A case of myxosarcoma of the prostate in a white male age forty-six years, is reported. The patient was observed early in the disease when the pathological process was limited entirely to the prostate gland.
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