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Self-expanding metallic stents, frequently used in interventional radiology, were implanted into 15 obstructed ureters in 12 patients. The cause of obstruction was lymph node metastases of different… (More)
A case of spontaneous regression of an osseous metastasis in renal cell carcinoma is presented. The extreme rarity of this phenomenon, especially in this location, is pointed out, as only three other… (More)
This study shows that in selected patients with incomplete spinal cord lesions, micturition may be aided by a new technique of transurethral electro stimulation.
Herein, we report our experience with the use of self-expanding permanent endoluminal stents in the ureter. To date, we have placed endoluminal stents in 55 ureteral strictures (40 patients) caused… (More)
Seminal vesical abscesses are extremely rare. We report a case in which successful treatment was achieved using a minimally invasive transrectal approach.
The case of a 34-year-old male is reported, who was transferred to the Regional Medical Center in Wels in an uraemic state and subsequently was diagnosed as having prune belly syndrome. Surprisingly,… (More)
Simultaneous EMG-Flow-Measurement is introduced as a screening-test to reveal bad voiding habits causing enuresis, recurrent urinary tract infections or reflux. The simple, non-invasive technique can… (More)
PURPOSE Benign ureteral strictures constitute a therapeutic dilemma, especially in patients unable to undergo an open operative procedure. We report on 13 patients with benign ureteral strictures… (More)
An optimal program of distortionary taxes, money growth, and borrowing to finance a stream of expenditures is computed in a monetary real business cycle model for which distribution issues between… (More)