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Yap, Stanley - - 2010
Glucocorticosteroid use has proven beneficial for the management of many medical conditions. Unfortunately its anti-inflammatory properties also profoundly affect many aspects of wound healing. We present a case of an unusual presentation of an artificial urinary sphincter erosion in a patient treated with chronic high-dose steroids.
Tosun, Migraci - - 2010
The intrauterine device (IUD) is common method of contraception among women because of its low cost and high efficacy. Perforations are possible; most perforations occur at the time of insertion, yet the complication can occur with a previously inserted IUD. Perforation of the bladder by an IUD is extremely rare. ...
Choo, Richard - - 2010
There has been a paucity of research describing a potential role of radiotherapy as salvage treatment for recurrent seminoma following primary chemotherapy for bulky stage IIC seminoma. We report a case of a bulky stage IIC seminoma relapsed in the pelvis after primary chemotherapy and surgery for post-chemotherapy residual mass, ...
Toren, Paul - - 2010
Increasing data advocates the wider use of partial nephrectomy for renal tumours amenable to this approach. We describe the initial North American use of a novel parenchymal clamp in an open and a laparoscopic partial nephrectomy. Initial results in 3 patients (2 open, 1 laparoscopic) demonstrate excellent preservation of renal ...
Lau, Paul - - 2010
Carcinoma cuniculatum of the penis is an extremely rare variant of squamous cell carcinoma characterized by an endophytic deeply branching and burrowing growth pattern. One documented case series demonstrated afflicted patients ranging in age from 73-83 years with the tumour located on the glans penis, coronal sulcus or foreskin. We ...
Dangle, Pankaj - - 2010
Suprapubic catheters are used routinely for bladder drainage; however, complications are commonly reported. These complications could be attributed to surgical technique or the catheter itself. Complications related to surgical technique can be controlled and reduced, but catheter-related complications are unavoidable and unpredictable. We report a rare catheter-related complication leading to ...
Psooy, Karen - - 2010
This report presents 2 cases of females (a prepubertal and a pre-menopausal female) with dribbling [quote]incontinence[quote] caused by vaginal entrapment of bathwater. In the first case, an 8-year-old girl presented with a history of bothersome wetness of her underwear, noted mainly in the morning. History revealed that she bathed almost ...
Reguly, Brian - - 2010
Recently, we described a 3.4-kb mitochondrial genome deletion having significance for identifying malignant and benign prostate tissues (p [less than] 0.001). This biomarker was also present in normal appearing tissue, in close proximity to a tumour indicating a [quote]field effect.[quote] In the present study, we report 4 cases (3 malignant, ...
Thiyanaratnam, Jayantha - - 2010
Toscani, Marco - - 2010
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