A Soler Roselló

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We assayed prostatic specific antigen and prostatic acid phosphatase serum levels in 1,383 patients using a double antibody radioimmunoassay (RIA) 125I. Establishing the upper normal limit in 10 ng/ml for prostatic specific antigen and 2.5 ng/ml for prostatic acid phosphatase, the false positive results were only 1.9 and 5.1% in men with nonprostatic benign(More)
We report a case of Wunderlich's syndrome secondary to spontaneous rupture of a renal artery aneurysm. Wunderlich's syndrome, also called spontaneous perirenal hematoma, may arise from several causes, the most common being renal tumors, particularly angiomyolipoma and hypernephroma. Spontaneous perirenal hematoma secondary to a ruptured renal artery(More)
Post-traumatic renal hypertension is an uncommon sequela of renal trauma that may appear late making long follow-up advisable. The pathophysiology of this condition, the diagnostic methods, its different modes of presentation including transient and reversible or irreversible permanent hypertension are discussed. The usefulness of renal function tests in(More)
We report on a 24-year-old female patient with posttraumatic migration of a bony fragment from the site of the fracture to the bladder. The foreign body was removed from the bladder by endoscopy. The etiopathogenic mechanism, clinical signs, diagnostic method and therapeutic management are discussed.
Acute appendicitis, particularly pelvic, may cause a suppurative process that spontaneously drains to the bladder and an appendicovesical fistula may result. The pelvic appendix and the bladder may occasionally become fused in an inflammatory and necrotic focus, directly creating a fistula. A case of vesicointestinal fistula secondary to appendiceal pelvic(More)
Muscular haematoma of the straight muscles of the abdomen are very rare to observe and, although there is a possibility of the haematoma extending to the retroperitoneum, they very rarely cause oligoanuria by compression of the urinary tract. Presentation of one case of spontaneous haematoma of the straight muscles of the abdomen with urologic damage by(More)
A total of 110 patients with hormone-treated metastatic prostate cancer were monitored quarterly with serial PSA determinations. At the first control, 6 patients had progressed clinically, 5 of which had decreased PSA ranging between 9-77%. After a period of response, 69 patients progressed clinically, of which 1 showed no elevation of PSA levels, 14 showed(More)
Presentation of one case of a patient with vesical sarcoma with sustained high white blood cells and platelets plasma levels over the course of the disease. In the absence of fever and with a persistently negative blood culture, the situation was rated as a leukaemoid reaction and thrombocytosis of para-renoplastic nature. A brief comment on the features(More)
Analysis of the evolution of 78 patients with hormonally-treated non-metastatic prostate cancer. During an average follow-up of 62.3 months, local clinical and metastatic progression in 14.1% and 7.7% cases, respectively, was observed. Overall, PSA detected progression of disease in 94.1% cases, with an anticipation which range between 4 and 52 months.(More)