José Manual Cózar Olmo

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Between 1973 and 1991, 13 patients with malakoplakia (MKP) have been diagnosed and treated. The lesions involved all sites in the genitourinary tract; 2 patients had multiple and 11 had single lesions. Treatment was based on 2 criteria: (a) pharmacological treatment with trimethoprim-sulphamethoxazole and/or ascorbic acid and/or bethanechol chloride; (b)(More)
We report on a 35-year-old male patient with ectopic left ureter entering the seminal vesicle associated with ipsilateral renal dysplasia who consulted for pain in the left renal fossa, painful ejaculation and recurrent episodes of left epididymitis. Patient evaluation included cystoscopy, urography, CT and MRI. However, only MRI showed precise images of(More)
Between 1969 and 1991, 39 patients totalling 48 renal units with renal angiomyolipoma (RAMP) were diagnosed and treated in the Urology Service of the Hospital La Paz. In 5 patients, RAMP was part of a tuberous sclerosis, and was isolated in the remaining ones. RAMP was symptomatic in 32 cases (32/48 = 66.6%), 10 with Wundrelich's syndrome, and in 24 cases(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess current management of renal cell carcinoma (RCC) extending into the inferior vena cava (IVC): staging, diagnosis, surgical approach, adjuvant therapy, prognostic factors and survival rate. MATERIALS AND METHODS Nineteen cases of RCC extending into the IVC undergoing surgical resection from January 1988 to August 2008 were reviewed. TNM(More)
OBJECTIVES Renal adenocarcinoma is characterized by marked venotropism; 20-49% show extension into the main renal vein and 4-19% into the vena cava. The present study analyzes the different diagnostic methods to evaluate the vascular involvement by renal carcinoma and presents the results achieved by total segmental cavectomy with ligation of the left renal(More)
Herein we describe a case of giant calculus in an orthotopic ureterocele in a female patient who had consulted for recurrent left-sided nephritic colic. A plain film of the urinary tract prompted us to suspect a giant calculus, which was confirmed by IVP. Treatment was by endoscopic surgery. The patient has remained asymptomatic one year postoperatively.
OBJECTIVES We report one case of malakoplakia within a female urethral diverticulum. METHODS 33-year-old patient who consulted for an asymptomatic vaginal tumor. Physical examination, blood and urine analysis and microbiology tests, as well as urethrocystoscopy and intravenous pyelogram were performed. With the diagnosis of urethral diverticulum we(More)
OBJECTIVES To describe renal cell carcinoma prognostic factors and set up the relationship with survival rates in this neoplasm. Likewise we show epidemiologic, clinical, diagnosis and therapeutic facts. MATERIAL AND METHOD We review 202 patients underwent surgical treatment for renal cell carcinoma and the following features were recorded: gender, age(More)
Surgical correction is the treatment of choice for urinary fistulas. However, there are circumstances that advise against the use of this approach, basically when patient general condition is poor or life expectancy short; i. e., in the presence of an underlying malignant pelvic disease. In these cases, urinary diversion by percutaneous nephrostomy will(More)
OBJECTIVE We evaluated long term results of end-to-end urethroplasty. MATERIAL AND METHODS We reviewed 40 patients with bulbar urethral stricture of diverse origin: iatrogenic 40%, traumatic 15%, infectious 2% and unknown 40%. In 17 cases internal urethrotomy was made previously. The radiological study with retrograde and voiding cystogram revealed a(More)