Stephen V. Jackman

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The potential impact of nanotechnology in the field of urology is broad with diagnostic and therapeutic benefits that have only recently begun to be explored. Application of nanotechnology principles to tissue and vessel sealing during laparoscopic procedures may reduce associated thermal injury and inflammatory response. We report our initial experience(More)
Objective. Present our experience managing bladder cancer following liver and renal transplantation. Methods. Single institution retrospective review of patients diagnosed with bladder urothelial carcinoma (BUC) following solid organ transplantation between January 1992 and December 2007. Results. Of the 2,925 renal and 2,761 liver transplant recipients(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Real-time tomographic reflection is a novel technique that uses a geometrically fixed arrangement of a conventional ultrasound transducer, a transducer-incorporated monitor, and a half-silvered mirror. This device, dubbed the Sonic Flashlight, generates a virtual anatomically scaled image, obviating the need for a separate monitor. It(More)
Renal medullary carcinoma (RMC) is a rare but aggressive malignancy affecting young individuals with sickle cell trait. Renal medullary carcinoma commonly presents with advanced or metastatic disease and is associated with a rapidly progressive clinical course and an extremely short overall survival measured in weeks to few months. Due to the rarity of RMC,(More)
A 55-year-old male presented with progressive lower urinary tract symptoms and renal colic. The workup revealed a complete left ureteral duplication with a hydronephrotic upper pole moiety inserting into the prostatic urethra. Using a 5-port transperitoneal robotic-assisted laparoscopic technique, an extravesical upper pole ureteroneocystostomy was(More)
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