Matthias Koslowski

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Primary localized genitourinary amyloid deposition is a rare disease that can be confused with cancer. Amyloid tumours of the urethra are exceptionally rare, with only 40 cases having been reported in the literature since 1909. A case is presented herein, with a full review of the presenting features, coexisting conditions and pathology and recommendations(More)
A man in his late 20s presented with a painless swelling in his left axilla accompanied with nocturnal sweating. On examination, there was a well circumscribed, pulsatile lump within the axilla. Subsequent imaging revealed an axillary artery aneurysm with thrombus within. Subsequent surgical repair was undertaken. Subsequent histological examination of the(More)
Nuclear medicine contributes important tools to support anti-inflammatory drug discovery and development. The support provided is manifold: new molecular entities (NME, either small molecules or biologics) labeled with radioisotopes can be applied in animal models and humans to measure biodistribution, target engagement, and pharmacokinetics. In addition,(More)
Abstract Despite its increasing use in the management of symptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia, the long-term complications after potassium-titanyl-phosphate photoselective vaporization of the prostate are poorly reported. We describe a rare complication of this technology-calculi formation in the prostatic urethra. All patients presented with visible(More)
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