German E Krupinov

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Modern medicine tends to use minimally invasive treatments. Selected patients with prostate cancer may be treated using irreversible electroporation that involves the application of a NanoKnife device. The procedure directs short electrical pulses that open microscopic pores in the cells in the treatment area and effectively destroy cancer cells. This(More)
The study was aimed to the improvement of the diagnosis and treatment of patients with prostate cancer (PC). The study included 46 patients with recurrent prostate cancer after radical prostatectomy (RPE). The examination included contrast enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (endorectal coil 1.5T) and hystoscanning. All patients had local recurrence(More)
Ultrasonic dopplerography of prostatic, scrotal and penile vessels before and after intake of levitra in a dose 10 mg was made in 22 patients with chronic abacterial prostatitis in combination with erectile dysfunction and after their combined levitra treatment for a month taken each other day. It was found that levitra accelerates arterial inflow to the(More)
Prevention of prostate cancer (PCa) is a vital problem dictated by the obvious benefit of prevention compared to the complexity of treatment. To date, a tremendous amount of research both in vitro, and in vivo assessment of different prophylactic measures has been published. They included consumption of protein, carbohydrate, fat, fiber, vegetable extracts(More)
INTRODUCTION Currently, extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) is a minimally invasive treatment for patients with urolithiasis. With advancing medical technology, elastography has evolved as a method for measuring the elasticity of tissues. AIM To investigate the elasticity of urinary stones for assessing their physical and chemical composition. (More)
Sixty patients with chronic prostatitis and sexual dysfunction were divided into two groups. All the patients received one-month standard course of physiotherapy. In addition, group I (n = 30) was given levitra (vardenafil; 5 mg per os each other day), the control group was not given this drug. Follow-up covered 6 months to 1.5 years. General urological(More)
High intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) is a method of delivering acoustic energy to a focal point and thus destroying it, causing coagulation necrosis. Repeating the fires, the whole needed volume of organ can be treated without damaging the surrounding tissue. A total of 122 patients with biopsy-proven prostatic cancer (and 2 more patients had only(More)
INTRODUCTION Early detection of prostate cancer (PCa) remains a challenging issue. There are studies underway aimed to develop and implement new methods for prostate cancer screening by tumor imaging and obtaining tissue samples from suspicious areas for morphological examination. One of these new methods is shear wave ultrasound elastography (SWUE). The(More)
For the purpose of improving diagnosis of prostate cancer (PC), the authors used an innovative HistoScanning device. According to the standard procedure accepted at the clinic, 326 patients admitted with suspected prostate cancer were evaluated. Patients with elevated prostate-specific antigen (PSA) were divided into three groups depending on the degree of(More)
BACKGROUND Prostate HistoScanning (PHS) is a tissue characterization system used to enhance prostate cancer (PCa) detection via transrectal ultrasound imaging. OBJECTIVE To assess the impact of supplementing systematic transrectal biopsy with up to three PHS true targeting (TT) guided biopsies on the PCa detection rate and preclinical patient assessment.(More)