An Unusual Case of Flank Pain and Urinary Tract Infection in an Older Adult Male

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Abstract

A 76-year-old otherwise asymptomatic man presents to his primary care provider with febrile illness, suspected to be a urinary tract infection, and is referred to urology. He is ultimately found to have severe bladder outlet obstruction, a large bladder diverticulum, and a rare cancer. The urology care team must be alert to incidental findings and recognize the potential significance of unexplained findings.

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