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Urethral cancer is an infrequent pathology, less than 1% of the genitourinary tumors. It is more frequent in women (4:1), in the sixth or seventh decade of life. The most frequent histology being squamous cell carcinoma. First signs and symptoms usually are more attributable to benign stricture disease, rather than malignicy. The interval between the onset of symptoms and diagnosis may be as long as three years. Therefore most of these tumors are locally advanced at the time of diagnosis withdoi:10.4321/s0210-48062009000600018 fatcat:t66vgtjs7vfllhmkqsqncgydju