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Figure 1: (a) Transrectal ultrasonography of pelvis showing the homogeneous well-defi ned hypocechoic mass at the base of the bladder separate from the prostate. Left seminal vesicle was not seen separately. (b and c) Contrast enhanced computed tomography scan depicts a large mass lesion with predominantly solid densities displacing the urinary bladder and prostate, with moderate enhancement

Figure 1: (a) Transrectal ultrasonography of pelvis showing the homogeneous well-defi ned hypocechoic mass at the base of the bladder separate from the prostate. Left seminal vesicle was not seen separately. (b and c) Contrast enhanced computed tomography scan depicts a large mass lesion with predominantly solid densities displacing the urinary bladder and prostate, with moderate enhancement