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OBJECTIVES Bleeding secondary to severe vesicoprostatic pathology (mainly neoplasic disease and radiation cystitis) may be a serious clinical management problem due to its morbidity and associated… (More)
The urinary fistulas are not a frequent problem in our urological rutinary work, being the vesicovaginal ones the most common. However, it will be necessary to know them to be able to diagnose and… (More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the impact of the use of the routine double-J stent in the incidence of urological complications, like fistula, stenosis, ureteral obstruction and urinary tract infection. … (More)
We report the case of a squizoid 45 year old man who presented an acute urinary retention and had several foreign bodies in the urethra and bladder.
OBJECTIVE To report a case of priapism secondary to leukemia, with special reference to the initial treatment in the emergency services. METHODS A 53-year-old male with chronic myeloid leukemia… (More)
We report a case of benign retroperitoneal schwannoma diagnosed casual in a 23 years old woman treated of a Wilm's tumour twenty years ago. A review of the on this unusual tumour is included.
We present the results and complications found and compared in 2 large series of patients who underwent a surgical procedure to avoid Urinary Stress Incontinence in our hospital. From january of 1994… (More)
OBJECTIVE To report an additional case of paratesticular leiomyosarcoma. METHODS Herein we describe a 68-year-old male patient that presented with a growing, indolent, right inguinoscrotal lesion… (More)
INTRODUCTION The TVT system is a new surgical procedure for female stress urinary incontinence. The object of this study is to report our initial experience with this technique. We report our results… (More)
OBJECTIVES To describe the effectiveness of sacral root neuromodulation in ameliorating symptoms of refractory voiding disfunction in our center. MATERIAL AND METHODS During the period from… (More)