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Color Doppler Ultrasonography and Spectral Analysis of Venous Flow in Diagnosis of Varicocele
For the diagnosis of varicocele, the main criterion must be a type III pattern flow, as well as a type II pattern during normal breathing, which occurs during valsalva. Expand
Prospective Evaluation of Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), PSA Density, Free-to-Total PSA Ratio and a New Formula (Prostate Malignancy Index) for Detecting Prostate Cancer and Preventing Negative
It is concluded that the prostate malignancy index could be utilized to differentiate benign conditions from prostate cancer in patients with intermediate PSA levels and normal digital rectal examination and significant numbers of negative biopsies can be prevented in these patients. Expand
The feasibility of radical cystectomy in elderly patients.
Oncological outcomes of radical cystectomy performed with the indication of bladder tumor were comparable between young and elderly, and it is believed that age per se should not constitute a contraindication for radical Cystectomy operations. Expand
Plasma kinetic vaporization of the prostate: clinical evaluation of a new technique.
The IPSS with QOL scores, prostate volumes, and residual urine volumes showed significant decreases and Qmax values showed a significant increase after bipolar plasma kinetic electrovaporization. Expand
Urological evaluation of Behçet patients and the effect of colchicine on fertility.
The results indicate that urologic manifestations of Behçet's disease, and especially the possible adverse effects of colchicine administration on the reproductive potential of the treated patients should be carefully monitored. Expand
Patterns, risks and outcomes of urethral recurrence after radical cystectomy for urothelial cancer; over 20 year single center experience.
PURPOSE To evaluate the factors affecting urethral recurrence after radical cystectomy for bladder cancer and relationship between urinary diversion type and urethral recurrence rates. PATIENTS ANDExpand
Incidence of urinary tract infection in patients without bacteriuria undergoing SWL: comparison of stone types.
There was a significantly higher risk of urinary tract infection in patients with struvite stones than in those with other types of stones and prophylactic antimicrobial chemotherapy is necessary even if bacteriuria is not present before SWL. Expand
Comparison of microscopic (pT3a) and gross extravesical extension (pT3b) in pathological staging of bladder cancer: analysis of patient outcomes
Macroscopic extravesical extension (pT3b) is not associated with a worse outcome than pT3a disease in lymph node-negative cases of bladder urothelial carcinoma in patients without lymphatic involvement. Expand
The relationship between the second‐to‐fourth digit ratios and lifelong premature ejaculation: a prospective, comparative study
The results suggest that increased fetal androgen exposure may be a new risk factor for the development of lifelong premature ejaculation and individuals with lower digit ratios have higher risks of shorter intravaginal ejaculatory latency times. Expand
Comparing the short - term outcomes and complications of monopolar and bipolar transurethral resection of bladder tumors in patients with coronary artery disese: a prospective, randomized, controlled
Both monopolar and bipolar systems can be used safely and effectively during TURBT procedure in CAD patients, due to the more frequently seen obturator jerk in M-T URBT than B-TURBT, careful surgical approach is needed. Expand