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Paraneoplastic syndromes in prostate cancer
Prostate cancer is the second most common urological malignancy to be associated with paraneoplastic syndromes after renal cell carcinoma. These syndromes tend to occur in the setting of late stage… Expand
Snail expression is an independent predictor of tumor recurrence in superficial bladder cancers.
BACKGROUND Epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) is known to play an important role in the development of tumor invasion and progression in tumors of epithelial origin. OBJECTIVES Our aim was to… Expand
Prostate tumour volume is an independent predictor of early biochemical recurrence in a high risk radical prostatectomy subgroup
Aims: To assess if accurately determined tumour volume variables could serve as independent predictors of early biochemical recurrence in high risk prostate cancer patients who underwent radical… Expand
Extraprostatic extension into periprostatic fat is a more important determinant of prostate cancer recurrence than an invasive phenotype.
PURPOSE Although micrometastasis development correlates closely with the depth of invasion of many tumor types, it is unclear whether invasion into but not through the prostatic pseudocapsule has a… Expand
Prostate weight is the preferred measure of prostate size in radical prostatectomy cohorts
• To evaluate the accuracy of calculated prostate volume variables in a radical prostatectomy (RP) cohort, as many recent studies use these measures of prostate size instead of prostate weight. • … Expand
Introducing new technology safely into urological practice
- Siska Van Bruwaene, B. Namdarian, B. Challacombe, B. Eddy, I. Billiet
- World Journal of Urology
- 11 January 2018
PurposeSurgical innovation is necessary to ensure continued improvement in patient care. However, several challenges unique to the surgical craft are encountered during the development and validation… Expand
Immunohistochemical study of the cavernous nerves in the periprostatic region
- A. Costello, Benjamin W Dowdle, B. Namdarian, J. Pedersen, D. Murphy
- BJU international
- 1 April 2011
Study Type – Therapy (case series) Level of Evidence 4
Cadaveric analysis of periprostatic nerve distribution: an anatomical basis for high anterior release during radical prostatectomy?
PURPOSE An accurate, complete understanding of the prostate neuroanatomy is required to optimize nerve sparing techniques during radical prostatectomy. However, the precise topography and function of… Expand
Touching the future: three‐dimensional printing facilitates preoperative planning, realistic simulation and enhanced precision in robot‐assisted laparoscopic partial nephrectomy
their own advantages and disadvantages. Despite its high success rate, radiation exposure and risk of multiple punctures are the main risks of the FG approach. USG renal access in experienced hands… Expand
Do Routinely Repeated Computed Tomography Scans in Traumatic Brain Injury Influence Management?: A Prospective Observational Study in a Level 1 Trauma Center
- Francis F Connon, B. Namdarian, Joanne L C Ee, K. Drummond, J. Miller
- Annals of surgery
- 1 December 2011
Objective:To prospectively examine the clinical role of routine repeat computed tomographic scans of the brain (CTB) in patients with traumatic head injury. Summary Background Data:The use of routine… Expand