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Nodular fasciitis is a nonneoplastic swelling consisting of fibroblastic proliferation and commonly occurring in the subcutaneous tissue of the extremities. We report a case of nodular fasciitis involving the wall of the bladder. It is important to be aware of the histological characteristics of this essentially benign condition so that unnecessary radical(More)
During the last fifteen years, 6 adult patients were treated in whom obstruction of the ureteropelvic junction or the renal pelvis was caused by a benign renal cyst. The cyst extended from the renal hilus in each case and had turgor sufficient to overcome the pressure of intrapelvic urine. Operative unroofing of the cyst relieved the obstruction in each. In(More)
Of 146 patients with bladder diverticula during a 15-year period 9 had associated transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder: 3 (2 per cent of all patients with diverticula) in the diverticulum, 3 adjacent to the ostium of the diverticulum and 3 remote from the diverticulum. All 3 patients with carcinoma in the diverticulum died of metastases, whereas the(More)
Intravenous urography is the primary radiographic procedure used to evaluate patients with haematuria. During the last 15 years a modification of intravenous urography, using delayed films of the bladder, has aided the correct pre-cystoscopic diagnosis of bladder tumor in 82 of the 95 patients seen with this condition at our medical centre. After injection(More)