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Purpose. We evaluated the effectiveness and safety of tamsulosin, solifenacin, and combination of both in reducing double-J stent-related lower urinary symptoms. Materials and Methods. A total of 338 patients with double-J ureteral stenting were randomly divided, postoperatively, into 4 groups. In group I (n = 84), no treatment was given (control group),(More)
We evaluated the prevalence of erectile dysfunction (ED) in a cross-sectional community-based random sample of Egyptian men. ED was correlated with the socioeconomic status, risk factors and quality of life. Married men in Ismailia province were interviewed at home. Data were processed for 805 men with mean age of 43.58 y (s.d. 11.03). There is a fair(More)
Twenty biopsied material of the testicular tissue were obtained from patients with unilateral hydrocele (eight due to lymphatic filariasis and twelve of idiopathic causes). Twenty biopsies lymphatic were also obtained from the normal unaffected testes and were used as control. The data obtained from histopathological, histochemical and ultrastructural(More)
OBJECTIVE The study was done to evaluate flowmetry parameters, bladder capacity and postvoiding residual volume (PVR) in patients with chronic bacterial prostatitis/category II according to the National Institute of Health (NIH) categorization of prostatitis syndromes (CBP/Cat.II). SUBJECTS AND METHODS A prospective study of 42 patients with chronic(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the efficacy and safety of adding a low-dose oral desmopressin to tamsulosin therapy for treatment of nocturia in patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). METHODS Eligible patients with BPH and nocturia ≥2/night were randomly allocated to two treatment groups; the first of which received 3-month treatment scheme of daily oral(More)
The light and electron microscopic structure of detrusor muscle of trabeculated urinary bladder from patients with urodynamically proved bilharzial outflow obstruction had been compared with normal detrusor muscle. In bilharzial outflow obstruction, the detrusor muscle bundles were formed of relatively smaller smooth muscle cells widely separated by dense(More)
In an attempt to evaluate the effect of bilharziasis on bladder contractility as a factor in the genesis of voiding disorders, 44 cases of bilharzial bladder neck obstruction diagnosed using traditional methods (symptomatological, radiographic, and endoscopic) were subjected to complete urodynamic evaluation (flowmetry, cystometry, pressure/flow study, and(More)
OBJECTIVE To improve the clearance of lower caliceal stones (LCSs) after shock wave lithotripsy (SWL) using a combination of intra-operative forced diuresis and inversion therapy. MATERIALS AND METHODS One hundred and fifty-seven consecutive patients with symptomatic, single LCSs of 5-20 mm size were prospectively randomized into two groups. The first(More)
The electron microscopic structure of the detrusor muscle in schistosomiasis patients with poor bladder contractility as evaluated by urodynamic measures had been compared with normal detrusor muscle from non-schistosomiasis patients. In the patients with poor bladder contractility the detrusor was formed of muscle fibers which were smaller in size, widely(More)