C A Radzinski

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Experimental bladder outlet obstruction in cats was produced by surgical placement of a silastic cuff around the urethra. Two sizes of cuff were used to produce either moderate or severe obstruction. The following is a summary of the short-term effects on bladder function. Obstruction induced a significant increase in the in vivo voiding pressure, in(More)
The aim of this project was to create a reproducible, quantifiable feline model of obstructive uropathy. Seventy-three adult female cats of comparable age were evaluated to obtain the normal control urodynamic data base. Twenty-four cats had a silastic cuff installed around the urethra to induce bladder outlet obstruction, and eight underwent a sham(More)
Intravesical alum irrigation is the safest and most effective method of treatment for intractable hematuria. Systemic absorption is reported to be minimal and there have been no reported deaths following its use. We describe an elderly man with compromised renal function (serum creatinine 420 mumol./l.) who was treated with 1% alum irrigation for 48 hours(More)
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