Shahid Islam

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BACKGROUND Suprapubic catheterization is a common procedure employed by urologists to manage long standing voiding dysfunction or neuropathic bladders in patients. Bowel injury is a rare but important complication, in light of the consequences to patient morbidity. CASE PRESENTATION An 81 year old Caucasian female presented with a blocked suprapubic(More)
BACKGROUND The relative rarity of collecting duct carcinoma (CDC) of the kidney in conjunction with a lack of distinctive cytologic features is a diagnostic challenge for any cytopathologist when dealing with such a tumor on fine needle aspiration cytology. In previous cytologic reports, CDC is not well characterized, and the features overlapped with those(More)
Involvement of the urinary bladder by prostatic adenocarcinoma (PCA) occasionally occurs. In this study, we analyzed urine cytological findings in patients with secondary involvement of the urinary bladder by PCA with the help of the immunocytochemistry. The cases were divided into two groups: (1) prospective study group: three cases; and (2) retrospective(More)
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