L Gonzalez-Serva

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To evaluate the incidence and significance of an enlarged prostatic utricle in hypospadiac patients without underlying intersex 44 patients with the meatus located in the perineum, penoscrotal junction or proximal two-thirds of the penis were evaluated with cystourethroscopy immediately before the operation. There was an abnormally enlarged utricle in 57(More)
PURPOSE Recent reports in the literature indicate that laparoscopy tends to be seen as the most appropriate approach to the nonpalpable testis for diagnosis and therapy. The aim of our study was to evaluate the real benefits of laparoscopy in terms of diagnostic accuracy, safety, costs and validity of the chosen treatment. MATERIALS AND METHODS We(More)
A positive saralasin test in patients with angiographic evidence of renovascular disease and other positive functional tests gives further assurance that these patients will achieve normal or substantially reduced blood pressure postoperatively. In our experience with proved renovascular hypertension there was a 19% incidence of falsely negative saralasin(More)
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