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A report is presented on 78 patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma (RCC, Robson III and IV). The average survival time was 2.1 years after nephrectomy, 1.1 years after embolization and only 0.65 years in the patients who underwent no surgery at all. As there is still not known effective systemic cytostatic therapy for this type of tumour, there is no(More)
Report on 38 patients with uroepithelial tumours of the urinary tract treated between 1969 and 1977. In 38% of the cases multiple tumours were found. The clinical parameters and diagnostic problems are discussed by means of case reports, pathology and possibilities of treatment are discussed on the basis of the own cases and the literature. In order to(More)
Urodynamic investigation was carried out in 33 patients (14 male, 19 female) who presented with micturition disorders after prolapsed disc operation. The predominant symptom was urinary incontinence in 16 cases and urinary retention or residual urine in 17 cases; faecal incontinence was encountered in 15 patients. The main nerve supply for detrusor and(More)
Sixteen women whose ages ranged from 42 to 73 years (mean 57) and 2 men, aged 76 and 80 years respectively, were treated for urinary stress incontinence with transurethral implantation of submucosal glutaraldehyde cross-linked collagen (GAX); 15 females had had several continence operations previously and 1 female was totally incontinent following low(More)
From 1969 to 1977 117 patients with malignant kidney tumours were treated. Because of the slow tumour growth, the absence of early symptoms, the uncharacteristic clinical picture and a case history of long duration most of the tumours were in a very advanced stage. Only 69 patients (58.9%) were qualified for tumour-nephrectomy. The five years survival rate(More)
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