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Comparison of 150 Simultaneous Bilateral and 300 Unilateral Percutaneous Nephrolithotomies
There were no significant differences between the results and complications of SBPN and PCNL and the SBPN itself did not cause more blood loss than unilateral PCNL. Expand
Laparoscopic ureterolithotomy: the method of choice in selected cases.
On the basis of the experience, laparoscopic ureterolithotomy is a safe and effective method for the treatment of large, dense, and impacted Ureteric stones and in selected cases it can be the first choice of treatment. Expand
Laparoscopically assisted percutaneous transperitoneal nephrolithotomy in pelvic dystopic kidneys: experience in 15 successful cases.
  • E. Holman, C. Tóth
  • Medicine
  • Journal of laparoendoscopic & advanced surgical…
  • 1 December 1998
On the basis of the authors' experience and a literature review of cases of failed shock wave lithotripsy and cases of large, dense stones, this method appears to be the simplest and most suitable minimally invasive treatment of the stone-holding pelvic dystopic kidney. Expand
Percutaneous cystolithotomy for pediatric endemic bladder stone: experience with 155 cases from 2 developing countries.
PCCL is a safe and effective method for treatment of endemic bladder stones in children, it reduces morbidity and hospital stay, and thus the cost of treatment, and proves the nutritional etiology of the endemic pediatric bladder stones. Expand
Percutaneous Suprapubic Cystolithotripsy for Pediatric Bladder Stones in a Developing Country
It is concluded that percutaneous suprapubic lithotripsy is a safe and effective method for the treatment of bladder stones in children and reduces morbidity and hospital stay and thus the cost of treatment. Expand
Silent chorioamnionitis and associated pregnancy outcomes: a review of clinical data gathered over a 16-year period
The study findings support the association between intra-amniotic infections and preterm delivery and the lower the birth-weight or gestational age, the higher the frequency of silent infections in the uterine cavity. Expand
Results of percutaneous endoscopic ureterolithotomy compared to that of ureteroscopy.
The operating time of percutaneous endoscopic ureterolithotomy is shorter and the rate of complications comparable with that of Ureteroscopy, and this procedure is suggested for the removal of impacted u reteral stones instead of open surgical ureerolithotomy. Expand
Treatment of Rectal Cancer with the Paleolithic Ketogenic Diet: A 24-months Follow-up
With using the paleolithic ketogenic diet the patient was able to postpone surgery for two years, and with incomplete dietary adherence, disease seemed to be stable but symptoms suggested progression for the last few months of the follow-up. Expand
Single-session laparoscopic radical and contralateral partial nephrectomy.
The advantages of simultaneous bilateral intervention are reduced psychological stress, single anaesthesia, less medication, less blood loss, shorter hospital stay and convalescence, and considerable cost-effectiveness. Expand
Hand-assisted laparoscopic retroperitoneal lymph node dissection for nonseminomatous testicular cancer.
hand assistance makes the laparoscopic operation simpler, faster, and safer, and a 6-7 cm muscle-splitting incision should be advantageous for patients compared to the xyphopubic laparotomy of the open procedure. Expand