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Urologist diagnosed me of urethral hemangioma. I have hard enlarged inguinal lymph nodes and am afraid im misdiagnod for scc in urethra. 28 years old.?
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In brief: 2nd opinion
I'd get a 2nd opinion and also have path relooked at.
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In brief: 2nd opinion
I'd get a 2nd opinion and also have path relooked at.
For more info @thepeedoc www.Peedoc.
Dr. Roscoe Nelson
Dr. Roscoe Nelson
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Dr. Daniel Culkin
Urology - Oncology
In brief: If cincerned, biopsy
A urethral hemangioma is a very rare presentation.
Enlargement of inguinal nodes usually occurs with infection or cancer. A trial of an antibiotic may resolve the issue with the enlarged inguinal lymph nodes. If still present after antibiotic treatment would recommend a biopsy of the inguinal lymph nodes. The appearance of the hemangioma is easily recognizeable and doesn't require rx usually.

In brief: If cincerned, biopsy
A urethral hemangioma is a very rare presentation.
Enlargement of inguinal nodes usually occurs with infection or cancer. A trial of an antibiotic may resolve the issue with the enlarged inguinal lymph nodes. If still present after antibiotic treatment would recommend a biopsy of the inguinal lymph nodes. The appearance of the hemangioma is easily recognizeable and doesn't require rx usually.
Dr. Daniel Culkin
Dr. Daniel Culkin
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
In brief: Extremely rare
Very unusual diagnosis even if diagnosis was made at cystoscopy.
Suggest a second opinion from an experienced urologist who will need to repeat cystoscopy, unless first urologist took cystoscopic photographs which can be reviewed by an other.

In brief: Extremely rare
Very unusual diagnosis even if diagnosis was made at cystoscopy.
Suggest a second opinion from an experienced urologist who will need to repeat cystoscopy, unless first urologist took cystoscopic photographs which can be reviewed by an other.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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Dr. George Klauber
You really need to go to another urology office. Perhaps best to go to a university teaching hospital where you may be taken more seiously. I really think this needs to be biopsied. I might be able to recommend a department if you'd like to let me know where you live. You can always send a confidential email to gklauber@tuftsmedicalcenter.org and I will reply. Pl;ease keep me updated. Good Luck
Dr. George Klauber
BY reply, mean that I could send you name or names of reliable urology departments.
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