H Villavicencio Mavrich

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Laparoscopic surgery is a surgical technique the urologist should add to his surgical armamentarium. Its performance tries to mimic the surgical phases of open surgery, and also its indications. Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy is a sophisticated technique that requires wide experience in the performance of endoscopic strategies. We are submitting our(More)
BACKGROUND One of the prostate cancer progression complications is the obstructive uropathy, by infiltration and compression of the distal ureteral section, that can entail to an acute renal insufficiency, with affectation of the quality of life and the survival of these patients. The treatment of prostate cancer with secondary ureterohidronefrosis is(More)
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES To identify the independent prognostic factors of prostate cancer and to develop a table for predicting the probabilities of not-localised prostate cancer occurrence, thus permitting to restrict the radical prostatectomy indication to those patients who have greater probabilities of being cured by the procedure. METHODS 1293(More)
Over the last decade, open surgery, which is able to perform large extirpations and repairs of fragile tissues, is gradually being substituted with laparoscopic surgery due to the high benefits the latter entails for the patients, an also due to the learning difficulties for surgeons who must make up for such deficiencies applying higher efforts and a(More)
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