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Pelvic recurrence is an ominous event after curative resection of rectal cancer and is rarely amenable to re-resection by conventional methods. A method to permit a composite resection of these using… (More)
PURPOSE In an effort to improve postoperative urinary continence after radical retropubic prostatectomy, a new operation to preserve the bladder neck and a significant portion of the prostatic… (More)
PURPOSE A continence sparing radical retropubic prostatectomy is described and evaluated. Results are compared with those of patients who underwent a standard anatomical radical retropubic… (More)
The definition of resectability has changed in the management of advanced pelvic malignancy. Most tumors previously considered unresectable can be removed by a function-preserving composite resection… (More)
All cases involving ureteroscopy for the period of January 1, 1987, to January 1, 1988, were retrospectively reviewed. Of 97 total cases, 96 were performed with a 9.5 Fr. rigid ureteroscope. The… (More)