Nicholas G. Cost, MD | Authors

Large Bladder Mass and Renal Failure in a 14-Year-Old Boy

December 16, 2015

A 14-year-old, otherwise healthy adolescent male originally presented to his primary care physician with abdominal pain and distention. Ultrasound revealed a complex mass with cystic components along the superior pole of the bladder and bilateral hydroureteronephrosis down to the level of the bladder.

Metastatic Relapse After Initial Clinical Stage I Testicular Leydig Cell Tumor

March 15, 2014

A 70-year-old, otherwise healthy man presented to his primary care provider for an annual checkup, at which time a nontender right testicular mass was noted. He denied any symptoms, and his serum alpha-fetoprotein and beta-human chorionic gonadotropin levels were normal.