Víctor Crespo Atín

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It is well known that the renal carcinoma can progress to the renal vein and cava. The MRI is the most accurate study in order to assay the extension of the thrombus. The surgical management is based on the extension and location of the thrombus. New immunologic-based treatment is now being tested. We describe our experience with surgical management of the(More)
A case of retroperitoneal sarcoma in a kidney transplanted patient is presented. We describe the presentation pattern and the aggressive outcome despite the surgical removal of 5.900 gr. retroperitoneal tumor, included native kidney. The patient died due multiple metastasis six months later. An interesting iconography shows the great volume of the tumor.
OBJECTIVES We presented one case of prostatic adenocarcinoma of ductal origin, known as endometrial adenocarcinoma before. The first case was published in 1967 by Mellicow. Since then we could only recover 8 cases by spanish authors. METHODS/RESULTS 61-year-old patient presenting with urethral bleeding, PSA 12 ng/cc, and an exophytic urethral mass.(More)
OBJECTIVES We report the first case of prostatic foamy gland carcinoma in the Spanish literature. METHODS Case of a 69-year-old male who consulted for PSA elevation up to 101 ng/ml. Transrectal ultrasound showed a heterogeneous gland with a hipoechogenic area in the right lobe and possible capsular disruption. Six ultrasound guided needle biopsies were(More)
OBJECTIVES To remind that despite its low incidence, leukemic relapse in the testicles worsens the prognosis of this haematopoietic neoplasia. METHODS/RESULTS We report the case of a 20-year-old male suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukemia in complete remission after induction and maintenance treatment, who suffered a leukemic relapse in both(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe an additional case of scrotal liposarcoma and its treatment, which was distinct from conventional treatment. METHODS The literature on paratesticular masses is reviewed with special reference to the liposarcomas. An additional case of liposarcoma is described which was treated by tumor excision without involvement of the testis. The(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe an additional case of pelvic lipomatosis, a rare condition that can be encountered by the urologist. METHODS/RESULTS A 66-year-old patient consulted for irritative voiding syndrome and fever. Patient evaluation by IVP and CT demonstrated pelvic lipomatosis. CONCLUSIONS Pelvic lipomatosis is a disease with variable clinical and(More)
OBJECTIVES We report the first case of bilateral renal solitary fibrous tumor diagnosed in a patient suffering from tuberous sclerosis. METHODS From the bibliographic review, only 15 cases of solitary fibrous tumor have been described in the kidney. We did not find any case of simultaneous bilateral involvement. We did not find any case described in a(More)
OBJECTIVE We update the diagnostic criteria for renal cystic masses, emphasising in the clinical entity known as hyperdense renal cyst. METHODS We report the case of a male patient who presented with an atypical left renal cyst. Radiological examinations (US and CT) were performed. A description of renal cyst classification is made. We review the(More)
OBJECTIVES To analyze the series of cases of endometriosis with urologic involvement reported in our country. METHODS/RESULTS We found a total of 26 cases of endometriosis including our case, 15 affected bladder and 11 ureter. Independently of ureteral or bladder location, the treatment performed varied, from transurethral resection and laser to(More)
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