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Objectives To identify the prevalence of metabolic syndrome (MS) and its association with erectile dysfunction (ED) among urologic patients.
Objectives The caveolin-1 knockout mouse has been proposed as an animal model to study impaired bladder contractility and detrusor overactivity. This study investigated the effects of aging on detrusor contraction in wild type and caveolin-1 knockout mice.
Objectives Tomatoes are rich in lycopene. This study explored the efficacy of a lycopene-rich tomato product in androgen-independent prostate cancer and the reasons patients participated in an “alternative medicine” study.
Objectives The effects of renal warm ischemia (WI) in an acute versus a chronic single kidney model have not been investigated. Previously, we reported full recovery of renal function after 90 minutes of WI in a single-kidney porcine model. Here, we sought to assess the effects of WI on renal...
Urethrovaginal fistula usually occurs after urethrovaginal injury, resulting in urinary incontinence. Several modalities to treat urethrovaginal fistula have been reported. We describe a treatment in which we used a rectus abdominis muscle flap in a 6-year-old girl with refractory urethrovaginal...
Introduction We report a technique for extending the distal aorta to facilitate the transplantation of en bloc horseshoe kidneys.
Objectives To determine the role of the fistula characteristics on the outcomes of repair in urethrocutaneous fistulas that develop after hypospadias surgery.
Objectives Frequent recurrence of superficial bladder cancer is a major problem that impairs patients’ quality of life. We studied the current treatment of superficial bladder cancer, including the economic aspects of intravesical instillation.
The kidney is a common location for micrometastases in patients with malignant melanomas. These lesions are usually small, multiple, asymptomatic, and bilateral, and associated with a known primary lesion. This is an unusual case of a 38-year-old woman, with no history of melanoma, presenting...
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