Alfredo Rodríguez Antolín

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A prospective study was made of 38 adult patients (15 male and 23 female, age 30.5 +/- 10.8 years) with isolated hematuria of unknown etiology in which presence of hypercalciuria and/or hyperuricosuria without lithiasis was observed. Eighteen patients also referred episodes of macroscopic hematuria. Twenty-six patients had hypercalciuria (5.1 +/- 1.4(More)
INTRODUCTION Radical nephrectomy has traditionally been considered as the standard treatment for renal tumors. Nephron-sparing surgery was introduced two decades ago. Its excellent oncological and functional results have led to widespread use of this procedure. This procedure was first performed at our institution in 1991. Our experience with open partial(More)
Melanomas make up 2% of all body tumours, but the figure is increasing mainly in countries with longer sun hours daily. Genitourinary location is even more infrequent. That explains our clinical report when we discovered the three cases seen in our unit, one in a female urethra, one suprarenal and the third one in the bladder.
Granulomatous prostatitis is an inflammatory condition of the prostate which presents rarely in the urological practice. It is caused by several specific and unspecific infectious agents, and can also be secondary to prostate surgery or a local reflection of a systemic granulomatous disease. With regard to clinical manifestations and treatment, it is an(More)
INTRODUCTION The Erection Hardness Score (EHS) is a one-item questionnaire that assesses rigidity on a 4-point scale. AIM To perform a validation of a Spanish version of the EHS by comparison with the International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF) questionnaire. METHODS Validation of the EHS included: (i) professional translation of the scale; (ii)(More)
As a result from the mechanical irritation provoked on the sacral roots, the cauda equina compression syndrome can involve, as part of its symptomatic state, involuntary erections and mictional disorders which arise when standing and stretching the spine. In the eight cases of priapism from this cause reported in the international literature, surgical(More)
OBJECTIVE To know the incidence in the year 2000 of prostate cancer in the Autonomous Community of Madrid and its breakdown by Health Areas. MATERIAL AND METHOD Study of histologically confirmed prostate cancer case reports and retrospective data acquisition for 2000 in the Autonomous Community of Madrid, both from Public and Private Health Care(More)
Funiculus liposarcoma is a very uncommon tumor. Most cases have a low degree of malignancy. Inguinal orchiectomy with a wide local excision is the appropriate treatment. Liposarcoma presurgical diagnosis is very infrequent and ultrasonography is the method that can provide some help to locate it. Currently, chemotherapy indication is unclear. Due to(More)
OBJECTIVE [corrected] New investigations focus on the relationship between benign prostatic hyperplasia, lower urinary tract symptoms, erectile dysfunction and testosterone deficit; giving to this last one a common role in all of them. In this paper, we present a typical patient who complains of symptoms related to BPH, to treat him in terms of micturition(More)