Sarcoma of the prostate is such a rare finding that it is considered proper to report our case in considerable detail. A diagnosis is often difficult to make, and this case is unusual in that it occurred to a man late in life. The literature shows, however, that our case is not unique in that regard.
REPORT OF CASE
S. E. B., a man, aged 64, admitted to the Urological Department of the New York Hospital (James Buchanan Brady Foundation), May 19, 1930, complained of frequency and dribbling. The frequency began about three years before admission and greatly increased in severity until the patient voided on the average of every hour, day and night. The micturition was always painful. Dribbling began one year before. At first it occurred at the end of micturition. On admission it was constant. Cystoscopy had been performed about one month before and he was told