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The authors review risk factors of prostate carcinoma. Generally accepted factors include advanced age; some work confirms a familial incidence of the condition. When the incidence is evaluated by race, the highest prevalence is described in American negroes and the lowest prevalence in the Japanese. The higher prevalence in northern areas and lower(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the standard diagnostic and therapeutic algorithm of erectile dysfunction (ED) after radical operations on account of rectosigmoid tumours. MATERIAL AND METHODS At the Faculty Hospital in Plzen from Jan. 1995 till Oct. 1999 the mentioned operation was implemented in 167 men, incl. 98 who were sent a questionnaire concerning(More)
The authors present a group of 304 adult patients (with the exception of one child with a Wilms tumour) from 1988-95 with the diagnosis of a primary renal tumour treated by surgery and subsequently subjected to histological examination. The tumours were in 83.9% clear renal cell tumours (Grawitz carcinoma), 4.3% were papillary carcinomas, 3.3% renal(More)
Priapism is prolonged, and usually painful, erection not associated with sexual desire. It is a relatively rare acute urological disease where treatment must be started within 6 hours after its development, as after a longer time interval due to ischaemia irreversible fibrotic changes of the cavernous tissue of the penis develop which lead to permanent(More)
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