A 58-year-old man was seen in outpatients complaining of pain and swelling in the right groin. Clinical examination showed no evidence of a hernia. As part of the investigation an X-ray of the pelvis and MRI of the hips were performed.
KeywordsProstate Cancer Prostate Specific Antigen Plain Film Bone Marrow Infiltration Underlying Diagnosis
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