Akos Pytel

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OBJECTIVES To assess the value of transition zone and lateral sextant biopsies for the detection of prostate cancer after a previous sextant biopsy was negative. METHODS A total of 74 prostates after radical prostatectomy were used to perform biopsies ex vivo. First, a sextant biopsy was taken, then two different rebiopsy techniques were performed.(More)
OBJECTIVES To compare the efficiency of different transrectal ultrasonography (TRUS)-guided prostate biopsy techniques for detecting prostate cancer. MATERIALS AND METHODS In all, 81 prostates from radical prostatectomy were used and two consecutive sets of sextant biopsies and one 10-core biopsy taken in each specimen. The 10-core biopsy consisted of a(More)
OBJECTIVES To establish a new diagnostic method for the detection and follow-up of bladder cancer that combines the principles of photodynamic diagnosis and urinary cytology. METHODS We investigated 46 patients scheduled for transurethral resection of a bladder tumor immediately before the resection was carried out. After intravesical instillation of(More)
  • A Pytel
  • 1976
Renal colic always involves pelvic hypertension and severe urodynamic disturbances which result in fornical reflux, urine leakage to renal interstitial tissues, to tissues of the renal sinus, and sometimes to the retroperitoneal space. If the urinary tract is infected, renal colic may lead to acute pyelonephritis and generalized infection, as well as to(More)