Genitourinary tuberculosis is uncommon and mostly involves kidneys, seminal vesicles and epididymis. Isolated prostatic tuberculosis is rarely reported and is an under recognized entity. Here, we report such a case which clinically mimicked prostatic carcinoma and was subsequently diagnosed on image guided needle biopsy.
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