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Objectives. To report the incidence of inconspicuous penis in those referred to a pediatric urologist for circumcision or revision of circumcision. Methods. We performed a chart review of 129 boys referred to one pediatric urologist during a 3-year period for circumcision. Results. Of 129...
Objectives. Prostatic structure and secretory activity are thought to be influenced by autonomic innervation of the prostate. Prostatic denervation is especially likely in patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) at the level of the cauda equina or the conus medullaris, where the peripheral nerve...
Objectives. To assess the prevalence of nocturia and its impact on the quality of life in both sexes by analyzing almost 2500 individuals participating in a health survey. Methods. During a 12-month period, we included an incontinence questionnaire, which was largely based on the Bristol female...
Ten to twenty percent of paragangliomas occur at extra-adrenal locations and less than 1% are at the urinary bladder. The most common presenting symptom of bladder paraganglioma is hypertensive attacks precipitated by micturition and hematuria. Paraganglioma of the urinary bladder occurring at...
We describe a new technique to secure a urethral catheter using a horizontal drain tube stabilizer. This device is reliable, inexpensive, and more comfortable for patients than either adhesive tape or leg straps.
Objectives. To evaluate the biosafety and in vivo biodistribution of intravesical instillation of an adenovirus that contains human p53 gene. Mutations of p53, which are found in as many as 40% of transitional cell carcinomas, are associated with a poor prognosis and resistance to chemotherapy...
Objectives. Previous reports have documented a geographic variation in the use of radical prostatectomy. We examined whether this phenomenon can be explained by factors other than geography alone. Methods. This study was based on the data from nine geographic regions of the Surveillance,...
Objectives. To compare the racial differences in clinical and pathologic features between black and white men who underwent radical prostatectomy (RP) in an equal access health care center and to determine whether race is an independent predictor of biochemical recurrence. Methods. A...
Objectives. To compare the epidemiologic, clinical, and pathologic characteristics of incidental and symptomatic renal cell carcinoma in a large series of patients, with emphasis on age distribution and its potential impact in defining groups of patients that may benefit from early detection...
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