[A case of primary urinary bladder and ureter cancer with a choriocarcinoma].
ABSTRACT An 85-year-old man had planned a laparoscopic right nephrouretectomy for a right lower ureteral cancer, pT1, G3. Two months prior to the surgery, he was re-examined because of continuing macrohematuria. He had a 50 mm tumor in his urinary bladder and tumors from the right upper to lower urinary tract by computed tomographic (CT) examination and cystoscopy. He did not have any metastasis. We diagnosed a cT3N0M0 for the right ureteral cancer and a cT3N0M0 for the bladder cancer. A right nephrouretectomy and cystectomy were then performed. The histopathologic examination revealed an urothelial carcinoma with a choriocarcinoma.