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Testicular histopathology as a predictor of a positive sperm retrieval in men with non‐obstructive azoospermia
The present study shows that the strongest predictor of the success of TESE is when tubules with mature spermatozoa (Johnsen score ≥8) are found in the histopathology specimen, irrespective of the overall state of spermatogenesis. Expand
Overall satisfaction, sexual function, and the durability of neophallus dimensions following staged female to male genital gender confirming surgery: the Institute of Urology, London U.K. experience
Female-to-male genital-GCS offered in 3-stages was associated with high overall satisfaction and no regret among the authors' sample, and sexual function appears to be preserved after both clitoral transposition and inflatable prosthesis placement. Expand
An analysis of the frequency of Y‐chromosome microdeletions and the determination of a threshold sperm concentration for genetic testing in infertile men
To describe the prevalence of Y‐chromosome microdeletions in a multi‐ethnic urban population in London, UK. To also determine predictive factors and a clinical threshold for genetic testing in menExpand
Functional outcomes following immediate repair of penile fracture: a tertiary referral centre experience with 76 consecutive patients
Penile fracture is a rare urological emergency and requires early surgical exploration and repair and ultrasonography is a cheap and readily available investigation that allows confirmation of the diagnosis, and identification of the location of the tunical tear and the associated urethral injury. Expand
Malignant priapism due to penile metastases: Case series and literature review.
One case of malignant priapism originated from prostate cancer, and two from urothelial carcinoma of the bladder are presented, with a relief of the pain following the treatment, with an improvement of their quality of life, even though it was only temporary as a palliative. Expand
International multicentre psychometric evaluation of patient‐reported outcome data for the treatment of Peyronie's disease
To compare patient‐reported outcomes (PROs) of surgical correction of Peyronie's disease (PD) with the Nesbit procedure, plaque incision and grafting, and the insertion of a malleable penile implantExpand
Early insertion of a malleable penile prosthesis in ischaemic priapism allows later upsizing of the cylinders
Assessment of whether a delayed exchange to an inflatable implant allows upsizing of the cylinders in patients who have undergone early insertion for refractory ischaemic priapism found insertion of a malleable penile prosthesis is an acceptable option. Expand
Long-Term Results of Reconstructive Surgery for Peyronie's Disease.
Surgery still represents the gold standard treatment in patients with Peyronie's disease and aims at obtaining a penis straight, rigid, and long enough for penetrative sexual intercourse. Expand
Renal artery embolization for kidney trauma.
Two cases of male patients with kidney trauma treated by renal artery embolization are reported, showing endo-vascular embolizing is an efficient method for the treatment of patient with severe renal haemorrhage preserving loss of renal parenchyma and renal function. Expand
Prevalence of phimosis and foreskin sliding abnormalities in male adolescents and their correlation with later onset of first sexual intercourse.
The data support the urgent need of an andrological consultation for all boys at the beginning of, and during, their adolescent period because genital abnormalities may interfere with sexuality. Expand