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A 65-year-old woman comes to the physician because ...

Cigarette smoking

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submitted by gonyyong(19),

This was in NBME 20 as well. Its painless hematuria + papillary growth is showing transitional cell carcinoma This is associated with "Pee SAC": phenacetin, smoking, aniline dyes, and cyclophosphamide.