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UNLABELLED The flexible ureterorenoscopy coupled with photovaporisation LASER (USSR-L) for the treatment of kidney kidney is a modern tool whose place is under evaluation. METHODS Its place has been assessed in France in 2010 by the Committee of urolithiasis of the French Association of Urology (CLAFU). A practice survey among 27 experts concerned the(More)
The Lithiasis Committee of the French Association of Urology (CLAFU) aimed to update the current knowledge about urolithiasis. This update will be divided into four parts: 1) general considerations; 2) the management of ureteral stones; 3) the management of kidney stones; 4) metabolic assessment and medical treatment of urolithiasis. Recent technicals(More)
The mode of onset, and clinical, radiological, and endoscopic findings in 107 cases of digestive hemorrhage are described, as well as variations in the period elapsing between onset and surgical intervention. Indications for surgery and the results obtained are analyzed. Operation consisted of subdiaphragmatic truncal vagotomy in 74 cases (followed by(More)
  • J Bringer
  • 1992
The efficacy and safety of a new monophasic oral contraceptive, norgestimate/ethinyl estradiol, containing the third-generation progestin, norgestimate (250 micrograms), and ethinyl estradiol (35 micrograms), are reviewed. Norgestimate/ethinyl estradiol demonstrates excellent contraceptive efficacy, with a Pearl index of 0.25. Cycle control is reliable,(More)
Two hundred and forty four patients were treated by transurethral resection of the prostate (68% for adenomas and 32% for epitheliomas) between June 1980 and August 1982. The indications for surgery are based on obstruction of the urinary outflow tract, and the weight of prostatic tissue, which can best be assessed by ultrasound. TURP is the technique of(More)
Haemorragic cystitis is a well known complication of cyclophosphamide therapy. In the reported case, a 7 years old boy treated for lymphosarcoma, as an excretory urogram demonstrated important focal irregularity of the bladder wall. Cystoscopy revealed areas of important bullous oedema with generalized hyperemia. A biopsy disclosed normal urothelium raised(More)
Ninety patients presenting with urethral stenosis were treated surgically at the Strasbourg Hospital, involving 100 internal urethrotomies and sixteen urethroplasties. The authors consider that short bulbous stenosis, with no previous treatment, should be treated endoscopically; that, if the stenosis recurs after two internal urethrotomies, or if the(More)
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