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Biliary peritonitis complicating percutaneous nephrostomy
Biliary peritonitis is a rare but serious complication of percutaneous renal access and surgery. We present such a case and review the literature.
Flow cytometric analysis of cellular DNA in human prostate cancer: relationship to 5α-reductase activity of the tissue
SummaryFlow cytometry of 20 prostate cancer specimens was carried out and the percentage DNA content in each phase of the cell cycle was correlated to the 5α-reductase activity of the tumour. A group… Expand
Ureteroscopic removal of mildly migrated stents using local anesthesia only.
- Kostantinos E Livadas, I. Varkarakis, +5 authors A. Bissas
- The Journal of urology
- 1 November 2007
PURPOSE In the outpatient office setting we evaluated the feasibility and efficacy of ureteroscopic removal of upward migrated ureteral stents using local or no anesthesia. MATERIALS AND METHODS… Expand
Percutaneous nephrolithotomy to remove a cartridge detonating cap mimicking a renal pelvic stone 12 years after renal trauma.
- A. Bissas, A. Dellis, N. Bafaloukas, O. Sopilidis, K. Livadas, A. Skolarikos
- Journal of endourology
- 1 July 2005
Complications of gunshot injuries of the kidney usually present in the early postoperative period. We describe a case of a cartridge's plastic detonating cap retained in the renal pelvis of a young… Expand