Ernesto Sánchez Sánchez

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An efficient compression can reduce the complications of an inadequate hemostasis following scrotal surgery. The main difference between the "sumo" and previously described compressive methods lies in the use of both pelvic brims as main loading points for the dressing. Similar features are provided by standard scrotal supports but the compression they are(More)
Tuberculous prostatitis is diagnosed incidentally, when the pathologist is studying a specimen of transurethral resection of the prostate or a prostatic biopsy. There is scant literature on the role of transrectal ultrasound in the diagnosis of this pathology. A case of tuberculous prostatitis is presented, with special reference to the transrectal(More)
OBJECTIVE The clinical and pathological characteristics of bladder cancer in young patients were analyzed to determine if patients with bladder cancer under the age of 30 have a better prognosis than older adults and if transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder in patients aged 30 to 40 years has a similar behaviour to that observed in the higher risk(More)
OBJECTIVE To report a case of extraadrenal pheochromocytoma with special reference to the diagnostic and therapeutic aspects. METHODS A case of extraadrenal pheochromocytoma in a 20-year-old female with severe hypertension is presented. The clinical and biochemical aspects are reviewed with special reference to the diagnostic imaging methods. RESULTS(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the incidence of mumps orchitis in young males in the area of El Bierzo (Ponferrada, Spain) and the complications arising from this condition. METHODS The cases of mumps orchitis referred by the primary care services to the emergency services of Hospital del Bierzo referral center were reviewed. We analyzed patient age, unilateral(More)
OBJECTIVES Herein we describe a case of granulomatous prostatitis following intravesical instillation of bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) for superficial bladder cancer. METHODS Patient evaluation included DRE, urine culture, urinary cytology, cystoscopy, PSA determination and transrectal US-guided needle biopsy. RESULTS On control evaluation two months(More)
INTRODUCTION It is not usual to use as prognostic factor the bladder lymphatic vessels invasion. METHOD & MATERIAL 519 T1 bladder tumors with complete resection and follow up of one year at least. Prophylaxis with 81 mg of BCG weekly during six weeks in 54%. RESULTS Follow up without recurrence of 38 months. 49%. Tumour recurrence of 49% and progression(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe a case of primary retroperitoneal leiomyoma presenting as pelvic abscess. METHODS/RESULTS A patient who had consulted for fever and hypogastric and perineal pain is described. The diagnostic imaging techniques disclosed a heterogeneous pelvic mass compatible with an abscess, which was drained. After the purulent material had been(More)
OBJECTIVES The results achieved with PGE1 therapy in 66 patients with erectile dysfunction in our self-injection program are presented. METHODS Patients with severe conditions (cancer, infectious disease, renal and hepatic failure, etc.), psychological or hormonal disorders were discarded from the study. All patients were tested with PGE1, the dose was(More)
Prostate specific antigen (PSA) is the most useful market for the diagnosis, staging and monitoring of prostate cancer. However, the effect of benign prostate hyperplasia on PSA levels is less well known. It has been reported that 20-45% of all adult males with BPH have PSA values over the normal range. To study this confounding factor we have analyzed the(More)