Lucia Zanollo

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To study outflow obstructions Schafer (1989) has recently proposed a simplified method based on a graph derived from over 1000 pre and post-op. P/F studies. 42 patients with BPH were evaluated according to this method. 11 patients had no outlet obstruction (26%). Surprisingly, only 15 had a normal detrusor, while 27 had a weak detrusor. The second part of(More)
We report here the first case of treatment of idiopathic refractory overactive bladder with dopamine. A female patient consulted for urge incontinence. Management included all recommended treatments without success. DAT scan was finally performed showing clear reduction in dopamine secretion without diagnosis of any neurological condition. Patient started(More)
What is the cause for impotence? In the recent years psychological studies have accredited some insights and modern neurological and vascular technologies have identified some previously idiopathic or misdiagnosed causes. The postulated ratio of psychogenic to organic dysfunction varies from 20:1 to 1:7 and this ratio may vary form one cultural area to the(More)
From 1982 to 1988 we have evaluated 283 patients affected by Peyronie's disease. 81 of these complained erectile disfunction. Semirigid penile prosthesis were inserted in 38 patients with severe induratio penis plastica. Following surgery the patients were given a sexual questionnaire in order to determine whether they had realised their expectations as(More)
Many treatment options for stress urinary incontinence are difficult to apply to neurological patients. Urolastic is a new agent that is primarily indicated for women with mild stress urinary incontinence or men after prostate surgery. In this report, we present a series of 5 cases describing the first use of Urolastic to treat neurological patients. All(More)
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