Firas G. Petros

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The need for a skilled assistant to perform hilar clamping during robotic partial nephrectomy is a potential limitation of the technique. We describe our experience using robotic bulldog clamps applied by the console surgeon for hilar clamping. METHODS A total of 60 consecutive patients underwent robotic partial nephrectomy, 30(More)
BACKGROUND Spontaneous perinephric hematoma (SPH) secondary to a forniceal rupture as the first presenting sign for an obstructive ureteral stone in a patient without history of urolithiasis has not been described previously. CASE PRESENTATION We report a 70-year-old Caucasian male patient who presented to our emergency room with fever, altered mental(More)
The purpose of this paper is to review the diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes of penetrating bladder injuries suffered by civilians in the Iraqi war zone. Materials and Methods. All civilian trauma cases received alive at Al-Yarmouk Teaching Hospital from January 2005 to August 2006 were reviewed for the presence of bladder injury. Results. 533 cases of(More)
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