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This report takes into consideration the complications due to "body packers" cocaine absorption. In particular we report a clinical case in which severe dysrhythmias occurred. We think an early insertion of a pacemaker able to rid ectopic focus by overdriving is essential by comparison with an effective anti-dysrhythmic therapy. We also examine the cocaine… (More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the efficiency of testicular sperm recovery by testicular sperm aspiration (TESA) in an IVF program. DESIGN Retrospective Data Analysis. SETTING The Center of Reproductive Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Arcispedale S. Maria Nuova, Reggio Emilia, Italy. PATIENT(S) Couples undergoing TESA/ICSI for obstructive or… (More)
We report our experience with a combined percutaneous-transurethral endoscopic incision in the treatment of ureterocele in 15 adult patients, a technique that enhances accuracy and has been associated with excellent functional results.
A rare case of leiomyoma of the prepuce treated with wide circumcision is presented.
We report a case of a man who died after ingestion of cantharidin as aphrodisiac. After evaluating the toxicology, we examined the development and therapeutic possibilities of handling the poisoning including charcoal hemoperfusion.
Two cases of Graves' (Basedow) dermopathy are reported. In one case pretibial myxoedema was localized on the external surface of the legs down to insteps. In the second case a diffuse form involved both legs and was characterized by wrinkles and peau d'orange appearance at the ankles. In both cases a biopsy confirmed the diagnosis of Graves' dermopathy,… (More)
The presence of os penis in man is very rare. To date only 11 cases have been published. A close study of these cases shows their extreme heterogeneity. We think that the os penis should be considered as a heterotopic bone structure similar to that found in the animal world. To confirm this we present our personal case study.
A chronic mucocutaneous infection due to yeasts to the Candida genus can be part of the autoimmune polyglandular syndrome, described as APECS, APECED, SPA type I, CES. The authors describe the case of a young patient affected by mucocutaneous candidiasis, hypoparathyroidism and adrenal insufficiency. Chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis was diagnosed first in… (More)