Daniele Misuri

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Intravesical instillation of capsaicin (0.1 to 10 microM) in six patients (five with hypersensitive disorders of the lower urinary tract, one with benign prostatic hyperplasia) produced a concentration-related reduction of the first desire to void, bladder capacity and pressure threshold for micturition. At a threshold concentration of one microM, capsaicin(More)
Capsaicin (1 microM) produced a biphasic effect on the motility of longitudinal muscle strips from human jejunum e.g. an initial inhibitory effect on nerve-mediated contractions followed by a delayed increase in motility. Neither effect was observed upon a second application of the drug, indicating desensitization, a proposed marker of the action of(More)
(1) Longitudinal muscle strips from the human small intestine (jejunum/ileum) responded to electrical field stimulation (1–50 Hz) with frequency-related primary contractions which were largely atropine- (3 μM) sensitive. When the tone was raised by addition of galanin (0.3 – 1 μM), prostaglandin (PG) E2 (1–10 μM) or neurokinin A (NKA, 0.1 μM), a(More)
We report a case of renal cell carcinoma occurring with bladder and contralateral adrenal metastasis discovered preoperatively with computerized tomography. Surgical treatment consisted of radical nephrectomy, with preservation of the ipsilateral adrenal gland, contralateral adrenalectomy, and transvesical resection of the bladder neoplasm. The hypothesis(More)
We present the first case reported in the literature of small bowel obstruction due to internal incarcerated hernia through a diagnosed bilateral broad ligament defect, and treated by laparoscopy. A 36-year-old white woman, gravida 0, para 0, was admitted to our hospital with intestinal obstruction symptoms. A laparoscopic approach was performed with 3(More)
We report a case of a radial artery pseudoaneurysm complicating a single arterial puncture for blood-gas analysis that was treated with excision of pseudoaneurysm and suture of the defect of wall of radial artery. The puncture for continuous blood pressure monitoring and serial blood gas analysis have been reported in critically ill patients, but, to the(More)
AIM Nowadays the incidence of tuberculosis is increasing in some population groups (subjects immigrated from developing countries, affected from HIV infection, or undergoing immunosuppressive therapy) and to the development of multidrug-resistance. The clinical manifestations, routine laboratory and radiographic analyses of abdominal tuberculosis are(More)
Hepatorenal bypass can successfully accomplish revascularization of the right renal artery when the aorta or the iliac vessels cannot be used for a standard renal bypass or renal autotransplantation. The use of the hepatic circulation can be increased by the gastroduodenal to renal artery bypass procedure. Herein we report a clinical case of severe(More)
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