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Anatomical studies of the human clitoris.
Adverse reactions of nitrofurantoin, trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole in children.
The use of nitrofurantoin, trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole is safe in children for long-term prophylactic therapy and the antibiotic safety issue should not be misconstrued as an argument for surgical therapy, whether minimally invasive or not.
Label-retaining cells of the bladder: candidate urothelial stem cells.
- E. Kurzrock, D. Lieu, L. Degraffenried, Camie W. Y. Chan, R. Isseroff
- Biology, MedicineAmerican journal of physiology. Renal physiology
- 1 June 2008
This work demonstrates that LRCs in the bladder localize to the basal layer, are small, low granularity, uniquely beta4 integrin rich, slowly cycling and demonstrate superior clonogenic and proliferative ability compared with unlabeled epithelial cells, and proposes that L RCs represent putative urothelial stem cells.
Non‐surgical management of multicystic dysplastic kidney
To better define the outcome and association of multicystic dysplastic kidney (MCDK) with hypertension, vesico‐ureteric reflux (VUR), infection and cancer, as there is no consensus on the management…
Epithelial-Mesenchymal Interactions in Development of the Mouse Fetal Genital Tubercle
It is hypothesized that normal development of the external genitalia depends upon proper mesenchymal-epithelial signaling and heterologous epithelium carries a permissive, but critical, role in genital mesenchyme development.
Objective measurement of quality of life changes after ACE Malone using the FICQOL survey.
Renal deterioration in myelodysplastic children: urodynamic evaluation and clinical correlates.
PURPOSE We determined which factors portend a higher risk of renal deterioration in the myelodysplastic child, and evaluated the sensitivity and predictive value. MATERIALS AND METHODS We…
Development and validation of the fecal incontinence and constipation quality of life measure in children with spina bifida.
Vesicostomy revisited: the best treatment for the hostile bladder in myelodysplastic children?
- S. Morrisroe, R. O'Connor, Dana K. Nanigian, E. Kurzrock, A. Stone
- MedicineBJU international
- 1 August 2005
Vesicostomy is a well‐known management of the neuropathic bladder in children, and authors from Sacramento describe their experience with this in what they very appropriately name the “hostile…