Emily M. Yura

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An 87-year-old female presented with complaints of intermittent severe right renal colic. CT imaging demonstrated a ureterosciatic hernia and moderate hydronephrosis proximal to the portion of the ureter that was herniated through the sciatic foramen. A retrograde pyelogram demonstrated a transition point in the ureter at the location of the hernia. A(More)
Tunica albuginea plication (TAP) surgery for Peyronie's disease (PD) is classically described using nonabsorbable suture. Many patients are aware of nodularity at the suture sites (50-88%), and some find them painful (10-33%). We explore whether limiting permanent sutures provides a durable correction of curve and report the incidence of bothersome nodules.(More)
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