Jesús Salinas Casado

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OBJECTIVES Male stress urinary incontinence is usually a consequence or sequel of a prostatic surgical procedure (radical prostatectomy, surgery for BPH or bladder neck sclerosis: adenomectomy, conventional and/or bipolar transurethral resection, laser...). This kind of surgery may have undesirable effects on the quality of life and patients' expectations,(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the neurologic alterations of patients with ejaculatory and orgasmic disorders. METHODS A study of the neuroandrologic profile was performed in eight patients; 6 presented an ejaculation, one premature ejaculation and one presented an orgasm. The neuroandrologic profile consisted in performing selective electromyography of the(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the prevalence of urodynamic disorders and the factors associated with bladder instability in patients with diabetes mellitus. METHODS We conducted a clinical and urodynamic study on 138 diabetic patients (71 males, 51%; 67 females, 49%) with a mean age of 64.04 years. Patient evaluation included patient history, neurological physical(More)
INTRODUCTION Sporadic and hereditary ataxias (HA) represent a group of clinically and genetically heterogeneous syndromes characterized by spinocerebellar degeneration producing a motoneuron coordination disorder. In these diseases urinary and sexual symptoms are commonly associated to the neurological alterations. OBJECTIVE To define the prevalence of(More)
OBJECTIVES To evaluate lower urinary tract functional symptoms in a series of patients with ataxia and to determine by urodynamic studies the kind of bladder-urethra neurological dysfunction in each case. We posed the question if the clinical picture could be enough to establish the diagnosis and therapeutic management of these patients with hereditary(More)
In 106 male human cadavers the incidence of benign prostatic hyperplasia was found to be 63%. The present review confirmed age to be a determinant factor of the first order in the development of adenoma of the prostate. A delay in the presentation of BPH was observed in the cirrhotic alcoholic. Surprisingly, prostatic hyperplasia was not observed in those(More)
We conducted a clinical and urodynamic study in 70 patients who had undergone different urethropexy procedures for stress urinary incontinence. Urethropexy had achieved positive results in 87% of the patients. Incontinence persisted in 21% of the patients. Urethropexy significantly reduced the urge-incontinence and frequency associated with this disorder.(More)
Tumors of mesothelial origin account for 1-5% of all vesical neoplasms. Leiomyomas, although rare, are the most frequently encountered. Three patients diagnosed as having leiomyoma are presented. Two had leiomyoma of the bladder and one had leiomyoma of the distal urethra. The etiopathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of this tumor type are discussed.
OBJECTIVE To determine if menopause increases the risk of developing bladder hyperactivity or stress urinary incontinence. METHODS A case control study was conducted on 111 women, 57 with bladder hyperactivity and 54 controls without hyperactivity, and 55 cases with stress urinary incontinence and 55 controls without stress urinary incontinence. The(More)
OBJECTIVES To review the role of cerebellum on the lower urinary tract dynamics. METHODS Anatomic-functional methodology including structural, functional and neurotransmitters study. RESULTS We describe the complex connections of the cerebellum and its influence on the lower urinary tract function. CONCLUSIONS It is surprising the functional(More)