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We present a case of mandibular metastasis as the first manifestation of a disseminated prostate carcinoma. After commenting on the exceptional nature of the case, we underline the importance of histochemical markers (Acid phosphatase. PSA) to determine the non-filiated origin of a metastasis. It is advisable for this to be carried out systematically in all… (More)
Although complications post-URS are scant and can usually be resolved by conservative methods, these however, may be potentially severe as in the present case in whom a ureteroiliac fistula was observed during a URS procedure that had been performed to dilate a post-URS stenosis. Previously, extravasation had also occurred. The post-URS complications are… (More)
Non-ischaemic high flow priapism resulting from trauma of the genito-perineal area is an uncommon occurrence. Resolution by selective embolization of the internal pudendal artery is currently the choice treatment. This paper presents the case of a 9 year-old patient where embolization with autologous coagulation achieved healing.
We present a case of spontaneous renal bleeding due to renal neoplasia. We analyse other causes of Wunderlich's syndrome and, following Kendall, we defend the indication of radical nephrectomy especially of non-filiated etiology in the cases in which other causes have been discounted and the contralateral kidney is sound.