Guevar Maselli

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We describe our experience in prostate biopsy using a new standardized cognitive fusion techniques, that we call "cognitive zonal fusion biopsy". This new technique is based on two operative options: the first based on target biopsies, the Cognitive Target Biopsy (CTB) if the same target was detected with transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) and multiparametric(More)
OBJECTIVES The occurrence of residual storage symptoms after surgical relief of bladder outlet obstruction as a result of benign prostatic enlargement (BPE) underlines the intricate mechanism involved in lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). The aim of the present study was to compare tadalafil with solifenacin in modifying symptoms and uroflowmetric(More)
Objective of our study was to define a diagnostic-therapeutic pathway for proper treatment of not-palpable testicular masses, that may be benign in 38% of cases. Since the intraoperative diagnosis is difficult to reach in particular in small lesion (< 8 mm) and the risk of tissue loss in frozen section analysis occurs frequently, we propose a diagnostic(More)
Infection due to prostate biopsy afflicted more than 5% of patients and is the most common reason for hospitalization. A large series from US SEER-Medicare reported that men undergoing biopsy were 2.26 times more likely to be hospitalized for infectious complications within 30 days compared with randomly selected controls. The factors predicting a higher(More)
We present here the first case of successful management via preoperative ultrasonographic (US) study to detect a distant spreading of Fournier's gangrene (FG), which was happened in a 75-year-old man. US study showed the necrotizing infection in the periumbilical region distant 22 cm from the genital tract. A target incision of this periumbilical area and(More)
Acute ischemia of the penis is rarely seen for the abundant blood flow and collateral circulation of the perineum and lower abdomen. However, necrosis of the penis may be secondary to penile implants of prostheses, severe diabetes, thrombotic phenomena, and vascular calcifications in chronic renal failure (1). We report an unusual case of successful(More)
Fructose-1,6-diphosphate (FDP) is able to abolish oxytocin induced spastic inertia in rat uterus. The clinical use of FDP is suggested by observation carried out on 30 deliveries with oxytocin induction. The FDP-treated patients (5 g of FDP in 50 ml of water by intravenous infusion) showed a statistically significant decrease of time elapsed between the(More)