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Original Koyanagi urethroplasty versus modified Hayashi technique: outcome in 57 patients.
- M. Catti, H. Lottmann, S. Babloyan, S. Lortat-Jacob, P. Mouriquand
- Journal of pediatric urology
- 1 August 2009
OBJECTIVE To compare outcomes of the original Koyanagi technique with the Hayashi modification in severe hypospadias, i.e. hypospadias with a division of the corpus spongiosum located behind the… Expand
COMPARISON OF QUALITY BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL AND THIN- PREP CYTOLOGY IN INVESTIGATION OF PATIENTS WITH EPITHE- LIAL OVARIAN CANCER
The liquid-based cytology (ThinPrep) is an alternative to the long-used conventional cytology that received Food and Drug Administration approval in 1996. The purpose of the current study was to… Expand
Is the Koyanagi Urethroplasty an Acceptable Alternative for Proximal Hypospadias
Abstract Purpose The 4 most common surgical techniques currently used for severe hypospadias (proximal division of the corpus spongiosum) are the Onlay urethroplasty, the buccal graft urethroplasty,… Expand
[Comparative assessment of the quality of life of kidney transplant recipients and hemodialysis patients].
- Sergei Babloyan
- 13 July 2018
AIM To compare the quality of life of chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients after kidney transplantation and hemodialysis patients. MATERIAL AND METHODS A prospective controlled trial comprised 110… Expand
SFCP-028 – Urologie – L’urethroplastie selon la technique de Koyanagi : une alternative acceptable pour l’hypospade proximal ?
Introduction La chirurgie reconstructive des formes proximales d’hypospadias represente toujours un challenge. Les procedures les plus utilisees sont la greffe de muqueuse buccale, la technique… Expand
P03.02: The role of ultrasound in diagnosis of placenta previa and acreta in cases after previous surgical intervention
PW01-036 – Renal replacement therapy in patients with FMF
- M. Papazyan, M. Voskanyan, H. Nazaryan, S. Babloyan, A. Sarkissian
- Pediatric Rheumatology
- 1 November 2013
Renal amyloidosis (RA) of Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF) – although largely preventable –still is a major health problem in Armenia and an important cause of death.