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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Radiation Cystitis in Patients with Prostate Cancer: A Long-Term Follow-Up Study
Early application of HBO treatment after the onset of hematuria appears to produce favorable outcome, and this elucidated the long-term safety and beneficial effect of HBO therapy of radiation cystitis in patients with prostate cancer.
Effects of hypogastric nerve and sympathetic chain stimulation on the pelvic nerve induced penile erection in the dog.
There might be two groups of fibers in the hypogastric nerve and sympathetic chain which are functioning antagonistically, and that the anti-erectile neural inputs are mediated primarily by the alpha 1-adrenergic system.
Two circulatory routes within the human corpus cavernosum penis: a scanning electron microscopic study of corrosion casts.
The microvascular architecture of the human corpus cavernosum penis was studied by scanning electron microscopy of vascular corrosion casts and suggested that the penile erectile cycle is controlled by hemodynamic changes between these two routes within the corpus cavernsum.
Quantitative analysis of outflow pathway of corpora cavernosa by pressure flow technique.
Using a pressure flow technique, quantitative analysis of the physiological characteristics of the outflow pathway of the corpus cavernosum was carried out in 19 male dogs, finding that the distension of the corpora cavernosa and the pelvic nerve electrostimulation probably act as the triggers of the same occlusive mechanism in the out flow pathway.
[Studies of immunotherapy of malignant urogenital tumors: 2nd report. Changes in the K-cell population of the peripheral blood in patients with malignant tumors and the significance of antibody…
Human penile hemodynamics studied by a polarographic method.
It is thought that resistance to inflow occurred by outflow pathway contraction and the reopening of outflow is thought to be necessary for prompt penile detumescence.
[Renal metastasis from osteogenic sarcoma: report of a case].
- T. Kajikawa, K. Ishikura, Y. Banya, T. Fujioka, T. Kubo
- MedicineNihon Hinyokika Gakkai zasshi. The japanese…
- 1 September 1993
It is suggested that a bone scan is useful for routine follow-up of patients with osteogenic sarcoma and that resection of the metastatic lesion can improve these patients' quality of life.
Lysosomal cysteine and aspartic proteinases and ubiquitin in rat and human urinary bladder epithelium.
- H. Tokunaga, S. Waguri, +4 authors Y. Uchiyama
- Chemistry, MedicineArchives of histology and cytology
- 1 August 1996
The results suggest that cathepsins B, C, H, and L, andCathepsin D are involved in the lysosomal system of rat and human bladder epithelia, and may also indicate that epithelial cells actively form autophagolysosomes.
[Two cases of giant vesical diverticulum in females].
- T. Fujioka, S. Matsui, +4 authors T. Ohhori
- MedicineHinyokika kiyo. Acta urologica Japonica
- 1 March 1985
These two cases seem to be congenital vesical diverticulum without infravesical obstruction in female, but it is hard to rule out the possibility of secondary Diverticulum due to neurogenic disorders of urinary bladder.
[A case of primary ureteral carcinoma in the duplicated renal pelvis and ureter diagnosed by transurethral uretero-renoscopy].
It is believed that transurethral uretero-renoscopy significantly increases the diagnostic accuracy in determining the nature of upper urinary tract lesions, and this procedure is indispensable in the diagnosis of Ureteral tumors.