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Effects of hypogastric nerve and sympathetic chain stimulation on the pelvic nerve induced penile erection in the dog.
The effects of electrical stimulation of hypogastric nerve and sympathetic chain on 'electroerection' (penile erection induced by electrical stimulation of the pelvic nerve) were studied in dogs toExpand
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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. The corpus cavernosum was supplied by the penile deepExpand
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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 weighing 7.5 to 23.0 kg.Expand
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Human penile hemodynamics studied by a polarographic method.
Observations of the tissue oxygen tension alteration were made using an open tip type oxygen electrode polarographic method as an index of blood flow change in the penile skin, corpus cavernosum andExpand
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Lysosomal cysteine and aspartic proteinases and ubiquitin in rat and human urinary bladder epithelium.
To examine localization of cysteine and aspartic proteinases, and ubiquitin in rat and human urinary bladders, immunocytochemistry was applied to the tissues. In semi-thin sections, immunoreactivityExpand
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[Renal metastasis from osteogenic sarcoma: report of a case].
Renal metastases of osteogenic sarcoma are unusual clinical occurrence and cases of osteogenic sarcoma treated by nephrectomy for renal metastases have been rarely reported. We report a 19-year-oldExpand
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[Two cases of giant vesical diverticulum in females].
Two rare cases of giant vesical diverticulum without infravesical obstruction in female are presented. The first case, a 58-year-old female, was admitted because of diverticulum with continuousExpand
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[A case of primary ureteral carcinoma in the duplicated renal pelvis and ureter diagnosed by transurethral uretero-renoscopy].
We present a case of primary ureteral carcinoma in the duplicated renal pelvis and ureter diagnosed by transurethral uretero-renoscopy. The case was of a 78-year-old man with the complaint of suddenExpand
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[A case of laparoscopic nephrectomy for ectopic vaginal ureter in a child].
An 11-year-old girl presented with continuous incontinence since infancy. Neither intravenous pyelography nor renal scintigraphy demonstrated the left upper urinary tract, but a very small leftExpand
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