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Most of the medical history books and articles touch only lightly on urology during the ancient Egyptian epoch. A review of those books and articles stimulated us to set forth the interesting facts presented herein about the history of urology.
In patients with bilharzial seminal vesiculitis, it has been proved by the fructose test, seminal vesiculography, and casting that the vesicular and ampullary canals as well as the ejaculatory ducts are patient. Thus bilharziasis plays no role in the production of obstructive infertility in males.
Although a great deal of urology was written and practiced during the early Arabian era, most of it is still uncovered and not translated into the English language or translated by non-physicians. As Arab urologists, who have access to the original Arabic manuscripts, and as a token to our ancestors as well as to the modern urologist interested in Arab… (More)
A study of 511 patients with bilharzial ureteritis was carried out. Only 30 patients were found to have ureteral polypi, and a survey was done in reference to clinical, radiologic, cystoscopic, and pathologic aspects of this stage of the disease. A brief review is presented.
UNLABELLED A systematic review on laryngopyoceles across Ovid, PubMed, and Google Scholar database was conducted. A total of 61 papers published between 1952 and 2015 were found. Of these, 23 cases written in English, which described the number of cases, surgical approaches, resort to tracheostomy, complications, and outcomes, were shortlisted. Four cases… (More)
Male urethral diverticula are rare. In our review of the literature between 1928 and 1980 we found only about 250 cases. Acquired diverticula are only slightly more frequent than congenital ones. The 13 cases we present (1965-1980) are all acquired. In 50% of these cases periurethral suppuration was the promoting etiology. Urinary tract infection… (More)
The radiologic findings in bilharzial contracted bladder are presented. Calcifications of the bladder were seen in only 4.3 per cent, hydronephrosis in 37.2 per cent, and reflux in 62.8 per cent.