Daniel Sánchez Zalabardo

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A case of an infiltrating bladder tumor is reported. The pathology was treated by radical cistectomy and orthotopic neo-bladder. After treatment we identified disease in the upper urinary tract and inside the ileal neo-bladder. This case show us the high relapse index of this kind of tumours.
The standard therapy for renal carcinoma is radical surgery. When dealing with single, under 4 cm tumors and in the case of renal tumors in single-kidney patients, the choice therapy is nephrectomy or partial nephrectomy. Response rates in metastatic renal carcinoma using the various immune therapy approaches available range from 15 to 35%, responses being(More)
OBJECTIVES Analysis in T1-T2 prostate cancer of the following: a) Whether there is a relationship between Ki67 and p53 over-expression, and clinico-pathological variables. b) Whether that expression influences on progression free survival. MATERIAL AND METHODS The study included 68 patients diagnosed with T1-T2 prostate cancer undergoing radical(More)
Metastases in the kidney are rare, evenmore if primary source is thyroid. We report the tenth case of metastases in the kidney from thyroid, and it is the first to be follicular type and absolutely asymptom. Sonography and computerized tomography with suspicion of renal tumour are showed in a asymtom female 75 years old. Left partial nephrectomy was(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the case of a patient with gross hematuria. The pathological study revealed a subepithelial hematoma of the renal pelvis (Antopol-Goldman lesion). METHODS/RESULTS An 86 year-old woman presented with gross hematuria through the right ureteral orifice. A filling defect is visualized in the right renal pelvis on CT and right(More)
Significant conceptual changes have taken place in renal tumoral diseases over the last few years. As a result of the authors' broad institutional experience, this overall revision describes the most up-to-date clinical and diagnostic aspects of this condition. Emphasis is made on molecular staging and two variables that guide the prognosis of the disease,(More)
Study of 165 patients with prostate adenocarcinoma who underwent radical prostatectomy using a retropubic approach. Mean PSA is 19 ng/ml, mean age 63 years and median follow-up 26 months. 22 patients (13.2%) reported complications during the first month post-surgery, primarily urinary fistula of more than 5 days long in 5 patients and rectal injury in 3.49(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess the efficacy of surgery in pT3c patients; to discern whether this is an independent influential factor for survival and clinical factor for diagnostic prediction. MATERIAL AND METHODS Forty-five pT3c (TNM 1982) patients from a cohort of 220 subjects with T1-T2 prostate cancer who underwent radical prostatectomy. Mean and median(More)
Prostate carcinoma is diagnosed in earlier phases of its evolution, but this carcinoma may have an unpredictible evolution. Radical treatment (surgery and radiotherapy) is the best treatment in clinically localized tumors. The biochemical failure over 5 years from the surgery is 20-50% of the patients; the biochemical failure over 10 years from the surgery(More)