Transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder
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There are multiple circumferential polypoid masses of variable size with foci of calcifications, protruding into the bladder lumen arising mainly from the base, the dome as well as the bladder diverticula. No extravesical extension or pelvic lymphadenopathy is seen.
Prostatic hypertrophy (volume around 40 mL).
Small and bilateral peripelvic cysts.
CT features of multiple lobulated masses projecting into the lumen of the bladder most consistent with a transitional cell carcinoma (pathologically proven).