J. W. Noordzij

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In this prospective study a comparison of 4-versus 7-MHz transrectal ultrasonography for the detection of prostatic carcinoma is reported. A total of 150 prostates were biopsied due to suspicion of malignancy arising at either digital rectal examination, 4- and/or 7-MHz transrectal ultrasonography, or elevated serum prostate-specific antigen levels.(More)
In this prospective study a comparison of 4-versus 7-MHz transrectal ultrasonography for the detection of prostatic carcinoma is reported. A total of 150 prostates were biopsied due to suspicion of malignancy arising at either digital rectal examination, 4- and/or 7-MHz transrectal ultrasonography, or elevated serum prostate-specific antigen levels.(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the results from ultrasound-monitored extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) for ureteric stones, to compare the results with other treatment modalities and to evaluate experiential audit-evoked gains. PATIENTS AND METHODS A review of the records of 109 patients with ureteric stones who were treated during 1990 (Group I) and 69(More)
Urgency, urge incontinence and sometimes life-threatening repetitive hematuria are well known delayed complications of pelvic radiation therapy for urological or gynecological malignancies. The treatment of this condition, known as radiation cystitis, has often proved to be frustrating for both patient and doctor. Pathogenesis, clinical symptoms and(More)