Emanuel Belgrano

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OBJECTIVES To determine the long-term follow-up of treatment of high-flow priapism, we reviewed the case records of 10 patients who were examined by the Urologic Clinic in Trieste from 1995 to 1998. High-flow or arterial priapism is a fairly rare dysfunction, generally resulting from penile or perineal trauma. In some cases, the etiology remains unknown. (More)
The authors review the experience of total parathyroidectomy with microsurgical autotransplantation with reference to the long-term results. This method — after further control investigations-may be envisaged for making a definitive evaluation of the results.
Early reocclusion of below knee segment after fibrinolytic therapy is mainly due to thrombo-embolism, coagulopathy or to the arterial wall condition. 42 patients facing acute lower limb ischaemia because of iliofemoral thrombosis (prosthesis 19, native artery 23) underwent locoregional thrombolysis. UK was given in 33 cases while the others received rt-PA.(More)
Clot embolization through percutaneous transcatheter technique has proved to be a highly effective and reliable method for stopping bleeding from renal or pelvic areas. The recanalization of the embolized vessels is constant and the recovery of the renal function quite satisfactory. In case of priapism temporary embolization may be very useful in selected(More)