Prostatic sarcoma

Case contributed by Natalie Yang
Diagnosis certain

Patient Data

Gender: Male

Note: This case has been tagged as "legacy" as it no longer meets image preparation and/or other case publication guidelines.


A heterogeneously enhancing lobulated multinodular mass lesion is seen arising in central gland of prostate, invading the peripheral gland, with possibility of extracapsular extension (loss of periprostatic fat planes in few areas). Planes with posterior wall of urinary bladder is not well defined. Few locoregional enlarged lymph nodes are seen.

Case Discussion

Primary prostatic mass lesion is considered.

Differential diagnosis:

  1. Prostatic adenocarcinoma
  2. Prostatic sarcoma
  3. Prostatic melanoma

Final diagnosis:

Histologically confirmed prostatic sarcoma

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