Case 1

In 2012 the patient underwent prostate biopsy (patient’s complaints at that time are unknown). The picture was estimated as a benign prostatic hyperplasia with low grade PIN. Approximately three months ago the patient (himself) revealed enlarged tender C1lymph node in the left inguinal area. FNA cytology showed atypical cells. The patient was thereon hospitalized into urology department with PSA at 11.7 ng/ml and prostatic gland’s volume of 90 cm3 at admission. Histopathology report: glandular-stromal hyperplasia with low grade PIN and basal cell hyperplasia. In one of the slides is seen a focus of atypical small acinar proliferation (ASAP). Lymph node biopsy is available for discussion.