L. Mohácsi

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  • L. Mohácsi
  • Zeitschrift für Urologie und Nephrologie
  • 1988
In 2 patients with a solitary kidney it was impossible to repair an obstruction of the upper ureteral part by conventional methods. Therefore, in the first case a calico-ileo-ureterostomy and in the second patient a calico-jejuno-ureterostomy were performed. The advantages of high ureteral substitution by a short small bowel segment are the reduction of the(More)
Sixty-two patients with superficial bladder cancer stage T1 with or without dysplasia or carcinoma in situ and 34 patients with stage TA associated with dysplasia or carcinoma in situ were treated by TUR and TUR+BCG, respectively, and were followed up for an average of 46 months (6–192) and 32 months (6–72), respectively, after therapy. The recurrence rate(More)
Severe traumatic loss of urethra during pelvic fracture was replaced in a small boy by perineal transposition of the penile urethra. In the first stage a "pull-through" operation was performed as described by Solowow-Badenoch, which resulted in a total withdrawal of penis. In the second the urethra was cut behind the glans, the penis was straightened and(More)