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The authors present a patient, observed by them, with renal agenesis and vascular compression upon the pyelo-ureteral segment of the only kidney. Clinically that combined renal anomaly is manifested with periods of acute renal insufficiency developing not characteristically and terminating in complete restoration of the function of the only kidney. It was… (More)
The clinical significance of forty vascular impressions confirmed at pyelographies and angiographies and based on clinical material is discussed. The vascular impressions upon the cavity system of the kidney is pointed to lead to urostasis with complications, being the sequelae of it. A scheme of their own is presented by the authors for the morbid… (More)
The authors report their observations on the bacteriological studies in 115 patients with chronic calculous pyelonephritis. Intraoperatively, pelvic urine and biopsic material was taken from the pyelonephritis changed areas of the kidney and directly inoculated upon enriched nutrient medium "Difco" Later, inoculations were carried out on solid nutrient… (More)
Forty patients with Fraley syndrome were examined via "radioisotopic method for sector investigation of renal function" and the patients were grouped into 5 groups according to the results obtained. It was stressed that via the method used in patients with Fraley syndrome, an effective control could be carried out of the urodynamic disturbances and their… (More)
A case is presented of shock and acute renal failure due to dehydration in a woman with a psychic disease who had not taken food and fluids for a long time. The post mortem examination revealed the pathomorphologic pattern of shock with microthrombi in the inner organs, brain and leptomeninges.
The follow-up of the degree and evolution of the upper hydrocalicosis and of the parenchymatous changes in patients with Fraley's syndrome is very important. All authors agree that these patients should be followed up periodically. 20 patients with Fraley's syndrome were followed up and the authors conclude that the echographic examination is a very… (More)
In the clinical roentgenological investigation of 46 patients with Fraley syndrome, it was stressed that the syndrome is evolutive, with clinical significance and often combined with pyelonephritis. It was underlined that in case of that syndrome, complex clinical, laboratory, X-ray and radio-isotope investigations are necessary for the precision of the… (More)
The urinary antiseptic efficacy of cefsulodin (Monaspor--Ciba) was studied in 22 patients with active pyelonephritis. The results were considered very good in 81.8% of the patients with urologic infections caused by P. aeruginosa, P. mirabilis and E. Coli. The drug was well tolerated. The microbiological studies in vitro of the urinary antiseptic efficacy… (More)
Fraley syndrome was observed in 14 cases out of 137 vessel compressions, i.e.--compression of the cranial calix neck, disturbances in urine transport, hydrocalix development with consequent complications. One case with Fraley syndrome is presented and analysis of the clinical progress of the syndrome in ten patients is carried out.
Over the period 1989-1994, thirty-three patients presenting solitary cysts, and 19--polycystosis undergo clinical study. A variety of examination and differential diagnostic methods are used, namely: echography, venous urography, gamma chamber scintigraphy, CAT and biochemical analysis of the cystic fluid. The listed methods contribute greatly to make exact… (More)