Rob H. Hagen

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The present article describes the case of two men, 18 and 30 years respectively, in whom renal insufficiency was discovered incidently. In the two cases renography showed 46 and 30% of expected function given two healthy kidneys. They had neither experienced clinical symptoms of urinary tract disorder, been operated upon, nor endoscopically examined.(More)
We report the case of a 68 year-old woman who underwent surgical treatment for xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis. Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis is a rare, chronic, inflammatory lesion of the kidney. It is most frequently seen in middle-aged women. Because of its clinical and radiological similarities to other renal lesions it can be difficult to(More)
Usually, acute scrotum in infants is due to torsion, but there are reasons to believe that primary inflammation occurs more often than supposed. Urethrovasal reflux is the primary mechanism, and it is often associated with urogenital anomalies among infants and dysfunctional voiding among young boys. Colour Doppler ultrasound, scintigraphy and surgical(More)
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