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Raspollini, Maria Rosaria

The book covers all relevant topics of uropathology (tumoral and non-tumoral), from the normal histology of the genitourinary tract to pathological findings of diseases in the male genital and urinary tract. To make the content more accessible, all content is arranged alphabetically and each entry is uniformly structured, presenting the epidemiology, the clinical signs, the gross and histological features, the immunohistochemical stainings, and the molecular data for each disease. Histological pictures clarify the microscopic findings and help readers understand the differential diagnosis for genitourinary tract diseases.

In addition to internationally respected experts on pathologies of the prostate, bladder, kidney and testis, researchers coming from other disciplines such as molecular biologists, soft tissue pathologists, dermatopathologists, hematopathologists and gynaecopathologists have contributed to this book, thus making it interesting for uropathologists, but also for students, residents, clinicians (surgeons, radiotherapists, oncologists, urologists, dermatologists) and researchers who deal with disciplines that call for knowledge of the pathologies of the male genital and urinary tracts.

Acquires cystic disease-associated renal cell carcinoma

Adenomatoid tumor

Adenomatous hyperplasia of the rete testis

Adrenal cortical rests





Atypical small acinar proliferation

Autosomal dominant (adult) polycystic kidney disease

Autosomal recessive (infantile) polycystic kidney disease

Benign fibrous histiocytoma

Bladder cloacal extrophy

Bladder squamous cell papilloma

Calcifing nodules


Chromophobe cell renal cell carcinoma

Clear cell papillary renal cell carcinoma

Clear cell renal cell carcinoma

Complete androgen insensitivity syndrome

Condyloma and condyloma acuminatum

Congenital adrenal hyperplasia

Congenital mesoblastic nephroma

Crohn’s disease in the scrotum


Cystic nephroma


Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans

Diverticulosis of the bladder

Ectopia of the prostate

Embryonal carcinoma




Epididymal adenocarcinoma

Epididymal cystadenoma

Epididymal melanotic neuroectodermal tumor

Epithelioid angiomyolipoma

Epithelioid haemangioendothelioma

Epithelioid sarcoma

Ewing sarcoma

Fibroepithelial polip


Fournier’s gangrene

Germ cell neoplasia in situ

Germ cell tumors

Germinal cell aplasia

Giant cell fibroblastoma

Glomus tumor

Gonadal dysgenesis


Granular cell tumor

Granulosa cell tumor




Haematopoietic neoplasms

Hereditary leiomyomatosis and renal cell carcinoma-associated renal cell carcinoma

Hydrocele t


Idiopathic calcinosis

Idiopathic granulomatous epididymitis

Infarct of the prostate

Infectious disease of the testis

Inflammation of  Littre’s glands

Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor

Inverted urothelial papilloma

Juvenile xantogranuloma

Juxtaglomerular cell tumor of the kidney

Kaposi sarcoma

Kidney, normal histology



Leydig tumor





Male pseudoermaphrodism

Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor

Median raphe cysts

Medullary sponge kidney



Mesonephric remnant of the prostate


Metanephric tumors

Metaplastic condition of the bladder

Metastatic tumors

Mit family translocation renal cell carcinoma

Mixed and unclassified sex cord-stromal

tumors of the testis

Mixed teratoma and yolk sac tumor, prepubertal-type

Mucinous metaplasia

Mucoid cyst of the penile skin

Mullerian type tumors


Multicystic renal dysplasia

Multilocular cystic renal neoplasm of low malignant potential


Myoid gonadal stromal tumor of the testis



Necrotizing granulomatous inflammation

Nephroblastic tumors


Nephrogenic adenoma

Neuroendocrine tumors of the kidney



Ossifying renal tumor of infancy


Ovarian epithelial-type tumors

Ovotesticular disorder of sex development

Paget disease

Papillary adenoma

Papillary cell renal cell carcinoma

Papillary urothelial carcinoma

Papillary urothelial neoplasm  of low malignant potential



Paratesticular fibrous pseudotumor

Pathology of male infertility

Penile adenosquamous carcinoma

Penile basaloid squamous cell carcinoma

Penile carcinoma cuniculatum

Penile clear cell sarcoma

Penile clear cell squamous cell carcinoma

Penile dermatosis

Penile intraepithelial neoplasia

Penile lymphoepithelioma-like carcinoma

Penile mixed squamous cell carcinoma

Penile papillary squamous cell carcinoma, NOS

Penile papillary-basaloid carcinoma

Penile pseudoglandular carcinoma

Penile pseudohyperplastic carcinoma

Penile sarcomatoid squamous cell carcinoma

Penile squamous cell carcinoma, usual type

Penile verrucous carcinoma

Penile warty carcinoma

Penile warty-basaloid carcinoma

Penis, normal histology

Perivascular epithelioid cell tumor

Persistent mullerian duct syndrome

Peyronie’s disease


morphic sarcoma


Post-surgical necrobiotic granulomas of urinary bladder

Proliferative funiculitis

Prostate, normal histology

Prostatic acinar adenocarcinoma, atrophic variant

Prostatic acinar adenocarcinoma, foamy gland variant

Prostatic acinar adenocarcinoma, microcystic variant

Prostatic acinar adenocarcinoma, mucinous variant

Prostatic acinar adenocarcinoma, pleomorphic giant cell variant

Prostatic acinar adenocarcinoma, pseudohyperplastic variant

Prostatic acinar adenocarcinoma, sarcomatoid variant

Prostatic acinar adenocarcinoma, signet ring-like variant

Prostatic basal cell carcinoma

Prostatic clear cell adenocarcinoma

Prostatic cystadenoma

Prostatic ductal carcinoma

Prostatic intraductal carcinoma

Prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia

Prostatic neuroendocrine tumors

Prostatic squamous tumor

Prostatic s

tromal tumor of uncertain malignant potential

Prostatic urothelial carcinoma


Regressed germ cell tumors

Renal clear cell sarcoma

Renal collecting duct carcinoma

Renal medullary carcinoma

Renal mixed epithelial and stromal tumors

Renal mucinous tubular and spindle cell carcinoma

Renal sinus lipomatosis

Renomedullary interstitial cell tumor of the kidney

Rete testis dysgenesis

Rhabdoid tumor



Schistosomiasis of the bladder


Sclerosing adenosis

Sclerosing lipogranuloma

Scrotal fat necrosis

Seminal vesicle, normal histology

Seminal vesicle adenocarcinoma

Seminal vesicle mixed epithelial and stromal tumors

Seminal vesicle squamous cell carcinoma


Sertoli cell tumor

Simple renal cyst

Solitary fibrous tumor

Spermatic cord adipocytic tumors

Spermatic cord cellular angiofibroma

Spermatic cord deep angiomyxoma

Spermatic cord desmoplastic small round cell tumor

Spermatic cord myofibroblastoma

Spermatic cord torsion and testicular infarction

Spermatic cord, normal histology

Spermatic granuloma


Spermatocytic tumor

Splenogonadal fusion

Stone granuloma

Subepithelial hematoma of the renal pelvis

Succinase dehydrogenase-deficient renal cell carcinoma

Synovial sarcoma

Teratoma with somatic-type malignancy

Teratoma, postpubertal-type

Teratoma, prepubertal-type

Testicular regression syndrome

Testis and paratestis, normal histology

Testis collecting duct and rete testis adenocarcinoma

Testis collecting duct and rete testis adenoma

Trophoblastic tumors

Tubulocystic renal cell carcinoma<


sified renal cell carcinoma

Undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma

Urachal carcinoma

Urethral accessory gland carcinomas

Urethral caruncle

Urethral polyp, fibrous type

Urethral polyp, prostatic type

Urethral polyps

Urinary tract adenocarcinoma

Urinary tract large cell neuroendocrine carcinoma

Urinary tract pure squamous cell carcinoma

Urinary tract small cell neuroendocrine carcinoma

Urinary tract squamous cell papilloma

Urinary tract verrucous carcinoma

Urinary tract villous adenoma

Urinary tract well-differentiated neuroendocrine tumor

Urinary tract, normal histology

Urothelial carcinoma in situ

Urothelial carcinoma with divergent differentiation

Urothelial carcinoma, clear cell type

Urothelial carcinoma, giant cell type

Urothelial carcinoma, lipid-rich type

Urothelial carcinoma, lymphoepithelioma-like type

Urothelial carcinoma, microcystic type

Urothelial carcinoma, micropapillary type

Urothelial carcinoma, nested type

Urothelial carcinoma, plasmacytoid type

Urothelial carcinoma, poorly differentiated

Urothelial carcinoma, sarcomatoid type

Urothelial dysplasia

Urothelial papilloma

Urothelial proliferation of uncertain malignant potential

Vasitis nodosa

Verumontanum mucosal gland hyperplasia

Yolk sac tumor, postpubertal-type

Yolk sac tumor, prepubertal-type




Maria Rosaria Raspollini graduated from the University of Florence School of Medicine, Florence, Italy in 1994 and was trained in Pathology at the same University’s Institute of Pathology until 1998. She received her PhD in Human Oncological Pathology from the University of Verona Medical School, Italy in 2005. Since 2004, Dr. Raspollini has been a consultant pathologist at the Department of Histopathology and Molecular Diagnostics at the University Hospital Careggi of Florence, Italy. She is also a professor and tutor in Uropathology at the post-graduate School of Urology, University of Florence Medical School. From 2011 to 2013, she was Secretary/elected Chair of the Gynaecological Pathology Working Group of the European Society of Pathology, and since 2013 she has been Chair of the Gynaecological Pathology Working Group of the European Society of Pathology (ESP). Dr. Raspollini actively worked to finalize the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO) and the ESP and is the official delegate of the ESP to the ESGO. Since 2013, she has served on the Scientific Committee of the European Congresses of Pathology, helping to plan all gynaecopathology sessions and courses. She serves as a reviewer for 25 peer-reviewed journals, and has published more than 150 scientific papers and chapters in textbooks in the field of gynaecological and genitourinary pathology. In addition she is co-editor of the following textbooks: “Gynecologic and Urologic Pathology. Similarities, Differences and Challenges” with Antonio Lopez-Beltran for Cambridge University Press, UK (2017) and “Pathology of the Prostate: An algorithmic approach” with Antonio Lopez-Beltran, Liang Cheng, and Rodolfo Montironi for Cambridge University Press, UK (2017). Antonio Lopez-Beltran is a Professor of Anatomic Pathology and Director of the Service of Anatomic Pathology at the Champalimaud Clinical Center, in Lisbon, Portugal and a Full Professor of Anatomic Pathology at Cordoba University Medical School, Cordoba, Spain (since 2007). Prior to this, he was Director of Anatomic Pathology for Althia Health in Barcelona and Full Professor of Anatomic Pathology at the University of Cordoba, Spain. He spent 27 years at the University of Cordoba, Spain creating The Uro-Onclogy Research Lab. Professor Lopez-Beltran has authored or co-authored nearly 500 scientific papers (mostly on Uropathology and Urooncology) and contributed to several books on the WHO classification of urologic tumors (2004 WHO classification; 2016 WHO classification). 

Covers topics ranging from the normal histology of the genitourinary tract to pathological findings regarding diseases of the male urinary tract

Written by internationally respected experts in this field 

All entries are arranged alphabetically