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Feb 21, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Double J Stent Mislocation—Case Report

andreas christodoulides
Double J Stents (DJS) have been universally used in endourologic practices worldwide for the treatment of occluded ureters. DJS dislocation is considered very rare. We report an interesting case of a closed tip double J stent (DJS) misplacement in a patient that suffered renal colic’s due to a small impacted ureteric stone. During the insertion procedure the ureteral stent perforated the ureter and passed into the inferior vena cava. It was incidentally diagnos
Open Access Library J. Vol.7, 2020

Aug 22, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Single Session Endourological Management for Bilateral Forgotten/Neglected Double J (DJ) Ureteric Stents Using Galdakao-Modified Supine Valdivia Position

Aaron Tigor Sihombing, Sudigdo Adi, Bambang Sasongko Noegroho, Setiawan S.
Background: Management of forgotten/neglected DJ stent is time consuming, impairing quality of life, complicated, costly and can be lethal. We use galdakao-modified supine Valdivia position to managed bilateral forgotten/neglected DJ stent to reduce the length of operation time and complication. Case presentation: we treated a 33-year-old female with bilateral forgotten/neglected DJ stent. We
Open Access Library J. Vol.5, 2018

Jan 15, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Translating Overactive Bladder Questionnaires in Moroccan Arabic Dialect

Ahmed Amine El Oumri, Ossama El Hilali, Mohamed Asebane, Younes El Anbari, Saloua Khalfaoui
Objective: linguistic validation in Moroccan Arabic dialect of overactive bladder questionnaires OAB-q, developed and validated initially in English. Materials and Methods: Questionnaire OAB-q Moroccan Arabic dialect version was obtained after a double translation (English-Arabic), a back translation (Arabic-English), a journal of translations by three experts, comprehension tests and cultural adaptation on a sample of 10 patients
Open Access Library J. Vol.5, 2018

Oct 18, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Therapeutic Specificities and Prognosis of Advanced Stage and Metastatic Bladder Cancers in a Tunisian University Hospital

Zaied Sonia, Khechine Wiem, Bourigua Rim, Abbess Ibtissem, Ktari Kamel, Ben Ali Yosri, Daldoul Amira
In Tunisia, bladder cancer represents the first urological cancer before even prostate cancer. However, its diagnosis is often delayed to the stage of invasive tumor. Systemic chemotherapy represents an option for inoperable and/or metastatic forms. Our study’s aims were to report our center’s therapeutic results for locally advanced and metastatic forms of bladder cancer and to analyze its prognosis factors. In our 40 patients wi
Open Access Library J. Vol.4, 2017

Jul 26, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Influence of Coffee, Tea and Drinking Water Source on Calcium Kidney Stone Disease in Universitas Padjdjaran/Hasan Sadikin Hospital Bandung West Java Indonesia: A Case Control Study

Aaron Tigor Sihombing, Sudigdo Adi, Bernard Partogu
The risk of urinary tract stone disease is influenced by lifestyle, genetics and diet. Coffee, tea and drinking water source are one dietary factor that influences the urinary volume and urinary solute concentration. This study investigates the influence of coffee, tea and type of drinking water source to the risk of calcium kidney stone disease in Universitas Padjadjaran/Hasan Sadikin Hospital, Bandung West Java Indonesia. A hosp
Open Access Library J. Vol.4, 2017

Mar 14, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Effectiveness of Low Cost Laparoscopic Training Box to Increase Laparoscopic Skills in Urology Training Center Universitas Padjadjaran/Hasan Sadikin General Hospital

Aaron Tigor Sihombing, Jupiter Sibarani, Sudigdo Adi
Laparoscopy has become the standard of care in many urological procedures. Various simulations are used to train laparoscopic skills. This study evaluates the effectiveness of our low cost laparoscopic training box simulation to improve urologic laparoscopic skills. The study was conducted during Urology Laparoscopic Surgery Training Course in the department of Urology Universitas Padjadjaran/Hasan Sadikin General Hospital in year
Open Access Library J. Vol.4, 2017

Jan 23, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Giant Bladder Stone and Renal Failure: A Case Report, Literature Review and Future Perspectives

André Luiz Lima Diniz, Rodrigo Ribeiro Vieiralves, Tomás Accioly de Souza, Luciano Alves Favorito
We present a male patient, 52 years old, with acute renal failure due to giant bladder stone. In first presentation with acute renal failure, tomography has shown a bladder stone with 10 cm in its largest diameter associated with bilateral ureterohydronephrosis. It was initially treated by bladder catheterization and indicated emergency dialysis and subsequently submitted to surgical treatment through open cistolitotomy. During the procedure it was possible to observe the giant calculus, adhered...
Open Access Library J. Vol.4, 2017

Aug 12, 2016Open    AccessArticle

The Prepuce in Italian Art—Evidence from Von Gloeden’s Photographs

Guy Cox
It is well known that the portrayal of the male organ in classical art was subject to strict conventions and was not realistic. To what extent did this tradition carry over to the Italian Renaissance? Jewish Old and New Testament figures were not shown as circumcised, but was this a concession to classical convention or a portrayal of the actual, uncircumcised models? The photographs of Wilhelm von Gloeden, taken between 1890 and
Open Access Library J. Vol.3, 2016

Sep 30, 2014Open    AccessArticle

Post-Prostatectomy Epididymoorchitis: Is It Preventable by No Scalpel Vasectomy?

Mukesh Sangwan, Vijayata Sangwan, Sham Lal Singla, Mohinder Kumar Garg, Prerna Panjeta, Atul Khandelwal
In spite of newer evolutions in the medical management of benign prostatic enlargement, surgery still continues to be an important modality. A prospective randomized controlled trial study conducted on 50 patients of benign prostate enlargement who were admitted inward from June 2007 to March 2010. Patients with diabetes mellitus or pre-existing epididymoorchitis were excluded from the study. All these patients were planned for prostatectomy (modified Freyer’s/TURP) with NSV (study group) or wit...
Open Access Library J. Vol.1, 2014

Sep 09, 2014Open    AccessArticle

Urinary Anomalies in Fetus with Neural Tube Defects

Suelen F. Costa, Helce R. Julio-Junior, Fabio Bernardo, Francisco J. B. Sampaio, Luciano A. Favorito
Background: The objective of this study is to analyze the incidence of congenital urogenital malformations in human fetuses with neural tube defects (NTDs). Methods: We studied 320 human fetuses (214 males and 106 female) ranged in age from 12 to 35 weeks post-conception (WPC). The fetuses were carefully dissected with the aid of a stereoscopic lens with 16/25× magnification. The abdomen and pelvis were opened to identify and expose the urogenital organs. We studied the incidence of renal, urete...
Open Access Library J. Vol.1, 2014


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