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Authors performed electronic stimulation of the paralysed bladder that was attributed to various innervation troubles. For this purpose, they implanted 10 patients with stimulator Model PMS-3, each with 8 electrodes. In three cases, outside factors (like endocarditis, pyelonephritis aposthematosa, and progress of paralysis in the limbs) forced them to(More)
A total of 112 patients with recurrent lower urinary tract infection (UTI) completed the 6-month period of the trial. Patients were treated for 3 months, under double-blind conditions, with one capsule daily of either Uro-Vaxom (UV) or placebo, together with an antibiotic or chemotherapeutic agent when necessary, and observed for a further 3 months. During(More)
Following experimental investigations, the authors have performed bladder stimulator implantation for paralyzed bladder patients since 1969. Up to 1983 altogether 32 operations were carried out for bladder paralysis following 21 peripheral and 11 central neural lesions. The patients urinated without residue after the operation. The observations showed that(More)
A survey of one thousand transvesical prostatectomies was conducted for studying occasional complications. An improved technique is recommended for the removal of adenomas, 30-40 g in weight or above. The number of complications showed a decline which, together with the possibility to reduce the operating and nursing periods, is attributed to some(More)
The urological complications of surgical interventions are discussed on the basis of the authors' clinical material collected over six years. Mainly fistulas and inflammatory complications occurred due to gynaecological operations performed by abdominal penetration. The possibilities and incidence of complications, as well as the diagnostic methods used for(More)