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Nephrogenic metaplasia is a benign tumor characterized by urothelial tubulo-papillary structures. It is also called nephrogenic adenoma. It is a benin lesion and highly prone to recurrency. We report a case of a bladder nephrogenic metaplasia of a 65 years old patient with hematuria and POLLAKIURIA. Clinical examination was normal. Ultrasonography showed a… (More)
which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Many articles in the medical literature report some cases of foreign bodies introduced into the urogenital system. Most cases are related to psychiatric disorders, stories of drug addiction or the purpose of sexual stimulation. The… (More)
Fahr's disease refers to a rare syndrome characterized by symmetrical and bilateral intracranial calcifications. The basal ganglia and dentate nucleus are the most common site of involvement and most cases present extrapyramidal symptoms. This disease is mostly associated with a phosphocalcic metabolism disorder, especially to hypoparathyroidism. The… (More)
which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Le placenta percreta se définit par une invasion placentaire étendue avec atteinte conjuguée du myomètre et de la séreuse utérine et par un envahissement plus ou moins important des organes pelviens adjacents. Les complications… (More)
s: non-invasive Urothelial bladder tumors constitute a group with a common first-line conservative treatment and a high risk of recurrence, which requires systematic monitoring. We undertook this work in a retrospective descriptive study, including 40 patients having been treated in the urology department for A class T1G3 urothelial carcinoma.