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Epithelial bladder tumors in children.
Unusual complication of therapy with sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim.
  • W. Siegel
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of urology
  • 1 March 1977
The first case of an obstructing stone composed of a pure metabolite of the sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim combination is reported. Its coincident occurrence with an obstructing calcium oxalate stone,Expand
Neoplasms in bladder diverticula.
Abstract Four cases of transitional-cell carcinoma arising in bladder diverticula have been presented. Attention is drawn to the mode of presentation as neurogenic bladders. Incidence, diagnosis,Expand
[Dura-sling operations and results obtained from surgical treatment of urine incontinence of women (author's transl)].
Reported in this paper is the authors' experience from 81 dura-sling operations in which human dura had been used. The procedures for dura collection and preservation are described in some detail.Expand
[Use of the dura in the surgical treatment of bladder cancer].
It is reported on 9 patients in whom a dura graft was performed on account of a carcinoma of the urinary bladder. Apart from one patient who before underwent radiotherapy the dura healed. As toExpand
Abnormal renal arteriography after renal trauma.
Angiograms following renal trauma in a ten-year-old girl were highly suggestive of renal neoplasm, especially Wilms' tumor. There are striking similarities between arteriograms after renal trauma andExpand