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To elucidate possible causes of recurrences after transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), we performed an anatomical study of the prostate in 37 cadavers. The anatomical study showed that a significant proportion of the prostatic adenoma laid below the verumontanum. This proportion in relation to the total prostatic length varied from 8.33 to… (More)
Metabolic investigations were made in 21 cystinuric patients. The results showed a low output of urinary phosphorus and an increase of plasma IgG. These findings and the presence of uric acid in the urine, even in normal values, could play an important role in pathogenesis and stone formation, and also in cystinuria.
Urinary bladder (extra-adrenal) pheochromocytoma is a catecholamine-producing tumor that arises from chromaffin cells in the extra-adrenal paraganglion system of the urinary bladder. The symptoms and signs result from the release of epinephrine and/or non-epinephrine, which is more prominent during micturition. The most serious consequences of the disease… (More)