Andrew K Kader

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BACKGROUND Painful neuromas are a relatively common complication of hernia and abdominal wall surgery. OBJECTIVE Surgical neurectomy has the potential to to provide durable relief for chronic pain; however, current surgical approaches are not without morbidity or anatomical challenges.We sought a surgical alternative. METHODS In the treatment of a case(More)
A sentinel lymph node (SLN) is the first lymph node to drain a solid tumor and likely the first place metastasis will travel. SLN biopsy has been well established as a staging tool for melanoma and breast cancer to guide lymph node dissection (LND); its utility in bladder cancer is debated. We performed a systematic search of PubMed for both human and(More)
BACKGROUND Mucin-producing urothelial-type adenocarcinoma of the prostatic urethra is extremely rare. These lesions must be differentiated from other mucinous tumors including mucin-producing prostatic adenocarcinoma and metastases from either colonic or bladder primaries. CASE PRESENTATION We report here a case of urothelial-type adenocarcinoma arising(More)
It is our pleasure to be Guest Editors for this issue of the World Journal of Urology focusing on robotic techniques in urologic oncology. It is interesting to reflect on the integration of laparoscopic and robotic technology in uro-logic oncology over the past 10 years. Although driven by many factors, including market and financial forces, we think the(More)
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