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The records of 119 children and adolescents on clean intermittent catheterisation (CIC) were reviewed to assess the incidence and predisposing factors, if any, of epididymo-orchitis. CIC had been performed for a total of 448 patient years with a mean of 4.5 years (range 3 months to 19 years). Of the evaluable 99 patients, 10 suffered attacks of… (More)
OBJECTIVES To determine geriatrician knowledge regarding how to prevent a patient with dementia who is a potentially dangerous driver from driving and to determine their willingness to recommend license revocation against the wishes of both the patient and the patient's family. Included is a comparison of responses from geriatricians in California, where… (More)
A case of malakoplakia confined to the epididymis is described. This patient presented with an incidental epididymal swelling during exploration of an irreducible inguinal hernia. The clinical features are compared with those of the previously reported cases.
Malignant tumours of hair matrix origin are unusual and have only recently been widely recognised. We herein report one such case and review the current literature.
Two patients who presented with mobile breast lumps which were later diagnosed to be hamartomas are presented, along with a brief review of current literature. These benign lesions are likely to be increasingly diagnosed because of routine mammographic screening and hence clinical awareness is paramount to prevent these lesions from being overtreated.… (More)