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Prostatic malacoplakia associated with prostatic abscess

Prostatic malacoplakia associated with prostatic abscess: Introduction

Prostatic malacoplakia associated with prostatic abscess: A rare condition characterized by prostatic malacoplakia (mucosal lesion) which also involves a prostate abscess. Malacoplakia is an inflammatory disease the usually affects the genitourinary system. The condition may be misdiagnosed as prostate cancer. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Prostatic malacoplakia associated with prostatic abscess is available below.

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