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There may be contraindications to oestrogen therapy for prostatic carcinoma, and also patient objections to orchidectomy as a form of therapy. Ketoconazole, a systemic antifungal drug, was evaluated in a dosage of 200 mg 8-hourly given orally as an alternative method of lowering serum testosterone levels. Nineteen patients were studied; 1 was withdrawn… (More)
The records of 273 patients with germ cell tumours of the testis referred between 1970 and July 1991 were reviewed. There were 25 (9%) black, 40 (14%) mixed race and 214 (77%) white patients. Histology showed seminoma in 53% and non-seminomatous and germ cell tumours in 47% of patients. Maldescent of the testis (MDT) was found in 30 patients--an incidence… (More)
A patient with diffuse localized amyloidosis of the bladder was considered for cystectomy because of intractable gross hematuria. Oral colchicine (2 mg. daily) was commenced and 4 years later the patient was asymptomatic with minimal evidence of amyloidosis cystoscopically.
Patients with T2 grade 3 and T3 bladder cancer were entered into studies to evaluate the efficacy of 40 Gy in 2 Gy fractions (5/week) to the whole pelvis followed by 12 Gy in 6 Gy fractions (1/week) to a coned down volume plus oral and intravesical misonidazole (MISO). In a pilot study of 22 patients the complete response rate at cystoscopy at 6 months was… (More)
The rarity of testicular and paratesticular cancer makes the evaluation of treatment and results difficult. One childhood tumour which differs from adult testicular cancer is the yolk-sac tumour. Because of its less aggressive nature and the young age at which these children present, radical orchidectomy is adequate surgery. There is little evidence to… (More)
A 33-year-old patient with a locally advanced seminoma in an inguinal testis, without metastases, was treated by cis-platinum-based combination chemotherapy followed by resection of the residual mass which was clear of viable tumour. After 31 months there is no evidence of disease.
Patients with T2 grade 3 and T3 bladder cancer were randomised to be treated with radiation alone (NO MISO) or with radiation and misonidazole (PLUS MISO). Patients in both groups initially received 40 Gy in 2 Gy fractions (5/week). Patients in the NO MISO arm received a further 20 Gy in 2 Gy fractions (5/week). Patients in the PLUS MISO arm received a… (More)
The clinical records of 47 patients with testicular seminoma treated between 1973 and 1984 were reviewed. The mean age was 41 years. There were relatively few blacks and patients of mixed race--4% and 17% respectively. The incidence of associated testicular maldescent was statistically significantly higher among the black and mixed-race patients (40%) than… (More)
Ninety-three patients treated by radical irradiation for stage A2, B and C1 carcinoma of the prostate between 1979 and 1988 at a joint radiotherapy service were reviewed. The average age was 63 years, 84% of the patients were white and on histological examination the tumours were well or moderately differentiated in 88% of cases. Treatment was with 5… (More)
Eighteen patients with metastatic non-seminomatous germ-cell tumours (NSGCTs) of the testis were treated with cis-platin combination chemotherapy between 1979 and 1985. Three of the patients received chemotherapy after a staging lymphadenectomy (stage 2 disease) and were free of disease at follow-up. Fifteen patients with stage II disease and adverse… (More)