Lymphomas of the genitourinary organs


  • Lymphomas, either primary or secondary, involving the genitourinary organs

Clinical features


  • Incidence is uncommon, accounting for less than 5% of extranodal lymphomas.

  • Two-thirds are primary, and one-third are systemic lymphoma involving the genitourinary organs.

  • The kidney is the most common organ reported to be involved; other organs include (in descending order of frequency) the testis, prostate, bladder, penis, and ureter.

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