Giant prostate carcinoma: Computed tomography findings and review of previous reports

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      Two patients with massive prostate adenocarcinoma were evaluated by several imaging modalities. Computed tomography provided excellent anatomic delineation of the tumors. In one patient, computed tomography demonstrated significant tumor regression following orchiectomy. Giant prostate carcinoma should be considered in the differential diagnosis of a large, inhomogeneous pelvic mass.


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