Stanley H Galansky

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OBJECTIVES To determine the effectiveness of immediate surgical exploration in salvaging perinatal testicular torsion. METHODS A retrospective analysis from 1995 to 2000 of boys younger than 30 days of age with surgically documented extravaginal testicular torsion was conducted. All cases were diagnosed after a normal testicular examination by a(More)
Problems of fecal elimination are commonly encountered by the pediatric urologist and surgeon. The Malone antegrade continence enema has been described as a means to administer a large volume enema via a continent catheterizable appendicocecostomy, resulting in reliable fecal elimination. Of 22 patients undergoing this procedure 16 reported total continence(More)
A newborn male presented at birth with findings consistent with bilateral testicular torsion. Preoperative ultrasound demonstrated no flow to either testicle, and he underwent surgery, during which bilateral extravaginal testicular torsion was confirmed. The right testicle was grossly necrotic and orchidectomy was performed, whereas the left testicle was(More)
Analog pressure signals (catheter-tip manometers) from the left atrium, left ventricle, and aorta and a flow signal from the arota were obtained in 25, open-chest, anesthetized dogs in which 115 episodes of ischemia were produced in an area of the left ventricle subtended by the distal left anterior descending coronary artery and its last major diagonal(More)
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