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The authors presented a female patient in whom intrarenal cyst was found communicating with the calyx-pelvic system, suggesting a tuberculous lesion. The attention was paid to the possibility of diagnostic error. The probable pathogenetic mechanism of intrarenal cyst development is described.
For many gynecological surgery patients belonging to deep vein thrombosis (DVT) high-risk group the analgesia of choice is regional spinal analgesia. Perioperatively LMWH--Fraxiparine was administered to 426 gynecological surgery patients and to 113 caesarean section patients. The first dose 7500 ICU s.c. was administered 2 hours before operation and… (More)
The authors presented the complications which occurred in patients after extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL), and discussed the methods of management of such patients. It was found that the most common complications were: renal colic, fever, "calculus route", and, less frequently, subcapsular and perirenal haematomas. In most patients conservative… (More)
A total of 120 men with benign prostatic hypertrophy were assigned randomly into three groups. Transurethral prostatic resections were performed in all patients. In Group I the operation was performed with continuous flow bladder irrigation, in Group II with suprapubic flow irrigation (without suction pump) and in Group III without continuous flow… (More)
The authors presents use of the minitracheotomy as a method of the restoring of airways during occlusion of the larynx in emergency cases. Minitracheotomy is a simple method of the restoring of airways by small endotracheal tube.
An analysis is presented of 70 patients treated for renal trauma in the I Department of Urology in Katowice in the years 1974-1989. Renal damage was evaluated according to a three-grade scoring system. Conservative treatment was given to 43 patients (61.4%), including 14 patients with I degree trauma, 12 with II degrees, and 17 with III degrees trauma.… (More)
We present a patient with two types of renal cell carcinoma (clear and papillary) in the left kidney - nephrectomy was performed. Among the first symptoms, bone metastases occurred. As far as we know, this is the first reported case in literature with such an unexpected outcome, because the patient is still alive and feels good.