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Altintas A - - 1991
The case of a woman with a placenta percreta invading the urinary bladder treated by hysterectomy and partial bladder resection is presented. It is emphasized that if physicians in an emergency clinic are aware of this rare condition, preoperative diagnosis can be made and surgical intervention may be accomplished under ...
Powell J L - - 1991
A large hemangioma of the cervix was treated successfully with the neodymium:yttrium-aluminum-garnet (Nd:YAG) laser. A survey of the literature disclosed 39 cases of hemangioma of the cervix and vagina. Hysterectomy was the primary mode of therapy in 15 cases. More conservative approaches have been used in young women requesting preservation ...
Fiorelli R L - - 1991
Hemangiomas of the bladder and prostate are rare. There have only been approximately 80 cases described in the literature, the majority of which were of bladder origin. Treatment has varied from partial cystectomy to use of the neodymium yttrium aluminum garnet (Nd-YAG) laser. Herein, we report a case of vesical ...
Tyagi S P - - 1991
In a clinicopathological study of 376 cases of gall bladder diseases, chronic granulomatous cholecystitis was diagnosed in 17 specimens (4.52%). All these cases presented with pain in the right hypochondrium and a non-functioning gall bladder. Besides cholegranulomas and xanthogranulomas, 5 cases presented with localised yellowish brown areas in the wall ...
Kushima M - - 1991
A case of large protruding cystitis glandularis is reported. A 36-year-old man was admitted to our hospital due to acute cholecystitis, and large protruding masses were incidentally found in the urinary bladder by abdominal ultrasonography. The histological study revealed that they consisted of a large number of Brunn's nests with ...
Golomb J - - 1991
We present a case of a kidney stone that developed around a surgical staple which refluxed up to the kidney following a Bricker urinary diversion and bilateral ureteroileal anastomosis. A GIA stapler had been utilized to construct the ileal conduit. The stone was retrieved by means of flexible ureterorenoscopy through ...
Achauer B M - - 1991
This report documents the successful treatment of a hemangioma (strawberry hemangioma) at 5 weeks of age with the argon laser. The natural course of strawberry hemangioma of infancy is well known. It begins as a very small spot and develops very rapidly within the first few weeks of life. Many ...
Reiss N - - 1991
A 28-year-old woman had a partially nonexertional dyspnea and a murmur of pulmonary stenosis. Echocardiography and magnetic resonance imaging revealed a mass causing a nearly completely pulmonary outflow-tract obstruction. The mass was successfully resected and the pathological diagnosis of a mixed capillary and cavernous polypoid hemangioma was made. This case ...
Hillman J - - 1991
Five cases of solitary extrathecal cavernous hemangioma in the spinal canal are reported. In one case, two coexistent massive cerebral venous medullary malformations were found. The symptomatology and prognosis of extrathecal spinal cavernous hemangiomas are discussed, as is the significance of various diagnostic measures. The patient material further permitted a ...
Marini F - - 1991
Two patients with a Camey-Le Duc substitution bladder who presented monolateral uretero-ileal stenosis were treated by percutaneous endoureteral incision using electrocautery and moulding stents. The results were encouraging in one patient after 12 months follow-up. In the other case, however, endourological manipulation had solely symptomatic purpose since the stenosis was ...
Sweetser P M - - 1991
A case of pheochromocytoma of the bladder involving a ureteral orifice is presented, with a review of the literature. We discuss general management principles of bladder pheochromocytoma and factors specific to the management of our case, which allowed complete removal of the benign tumor while preserving bladder and ureteral function. ...
Griebel M L - - 1991
Although clitoral involvement with neurofibromatosis is rare, all cases previously reported have described clitoral hypertrophy due to neurofibromas of the clitoral corpora. We report on a patient who had localized enlargement of the prepuce only, with no evidence of neurofibromatous infiltration. In all cases, diagnosis of clitoromegaly requires basic chromosomal ...
Smith N W - - 1991
Sarcomatoid carcinoma of the urinary bladder is a rare malignancy of an aggressive nature usually seen in patients in the seventh to eighth decade of life. A case of sarcomatoid carcinoma of the bladder in a 37 year old male presenting with gross haematuria is reported. A potency-preserving radical cystoprostatectomy ...
O'Brien P. D. - - 1991
We report a case of intraperitoneal bladder rupture during electroconvulsivee therapy. We consider that the likely cause of this complication was powerful abdominal muscle contraction, during an unmodified seizure, on a bladder distended by failure to void urine before treatment and the anticholinergic effects of medication. The literature is reviewed, ...
Höbarth K - - 1991
A case of a malignant hemangiopericytoma located in the pelvic fossa of a 50-year old man is reported. The tumor displaced the urinary bladder and caused bilateral hydronephrosis. Light microscopic diagnosis was followed by immunohistochemistry. After surgery the patient was successfully treated by chemotherapy and irradiation. This paper reviews clinicopathological ...
Hemal A K - - 1991
Male urethral stone is a rare clinical entity in western parts of the world, but continues to be common in developing countries. We report 26 cases of male urethral calculi, treated over a 6-year period. The age of the patients ranged from 12 to 67 years. The calculi were encountered ...
Van Thillo E L - - 1991
The authors report one case of a leiomyosarcoma of the urinary bladder in a seventy-two-year-old man. The treatment was transurethral resection. There has been no evidence of recurrence or metastasis in more than a two-year follow-up. The literature is reviewed and the size of the tumor on the prognosis is ...
Samdal F - - 1991
We report on two patients with severe urgency and pollakisuria where further investigations revealed cystitis cystica (glandularis). Conservative treatment and TUR of the lesions had no effect on the symptoms. After treatment with Neodymium-YAG laser, however, both have been asymptomatic for more than 18 months and urethrocystoscopic examination demonstrated normalization ...
Gosalbez R R - - 1991
We report 3 cases of ureterocele associated with ureteral triplication and review the literature. Ureteral triplication was type I in 2 patients and type II in 1. Diagnosis was established preoperatively in 2 cases and intraoperatively in 1. All patients were initially treated by upper pole partial nephrectomy and aspiration ...
Ogawa A - - 1990
Cavernous angioma arising in the third ventricle is an extremely rare disease. We have reviewed five cases previously reported, as well as our own two cases, and discuss the clinical characteristics of and surgical approach to cavernous angioma at this site. The bifrontal craniotomy and interhemispheric translamina terminalis approach minimize ...
Ashinoff R - - 1990
Porokeratosis of Mibelli is a disorder of epidermal proliferation in which an abnormal clone of cells expands in a centrifugal manner. We present a case of porokeratosis of Mibelli with an underlying hemangioma that was treated with a 585 nm flashlamp-pumped pulsed dye laser. The underlying hemangioma responded well to ...
Thijssen A - - 1990
Eosinophilic cystitis is a rare bladder lesion that usually presents with hematuria and has the cystoscopic appearance of a bladder tumor. Ten cases (only 4 adults) have been reported in which this disease has presented with a palpable mass. We report a case in which the lesion presented as an ...
Greene L A - - 1990
This article presents two clinical cases of capillary hemangiomas of the maxilla. Such lesions are rare, as demonstrated by the review of the literature included in this article. The presentation, differential diagnosis, histopathology, management, and follow-up for each case are discussed. Our rationale for approaching these types of lesions, as ...
Chen M F - - 1990
Since 1983, 14 patients with intrahepatic and common bile duct stones have undergone percutaneous transhepatic cholangioscopic lithotripsy because the stones were too large to be removed using ordinary percutaneous transhepatic cholangioscopy. Stones were completely fragmented in seven cases (six with intrahepatic stones and one with common bile duct stone) and ...
Li X - - 1990
Cavernous haemangiomata occur quite commonly, but one situated in the hypopharynx which contains as many as 240 phleboliths, as reported here, is a rare curiosity. The clinical manifestations, angiographic findings and the operative procedure of this case are described with a brief review of the formation of phleboliths in cavernous ...
Gordon N S - - 1990
Pelvic lipomatosis is a rare disease which may cause obstructive uropathy. It has been reported with cystitis cystica and cystitis glandularis. Cystitis cystica and cystitis glandularis have been reported previously as progressing to adenocarcinoma of the bladder. The first reported case of pelvic lipomatosis, cystitis cystica, cystitis glandularis and adenocarcinoma ...
Abad C - - 1990
A case of left atrial hemangioma with papillary endothelial hyperplasia in a 42-year-old man is reported. With the aid of cardiopulmonary bypass, the tumor was resected, and the patient is well 22 months after operation. The clinical symptoms at initial examination, operative procedure, and pathological findings are reported, and the ...
Pesce F - - 1990
A case report of a 10 year old boy, presenting with a non-neurogenic neurogenic bladder is described and taken into account to discuss the most common etiologies of voiding dysfunction in children. Focus is placed on spinal dysraphism as a cause of a neurogenic bladder in opposition to non-neurogenic neurogenic ...
Quattrocchi K B - - 1989
The case of a cavernous angioma of the tentorium cerebelli is described. This is the seventh reported case of a cavernous angioma in this unusual location and the first of a dural cavernous angioma demonstrated by magnetic resonance imaging. The clinical presentation, radiographic features, and surgical treatment of these rare ...
Morgan M A - - 1989
Angiosarcoma involving the female genitourinary tract is a rare soft tissue malignancy of vascular origin. We have described probably the first reported case of postirradiation angiosarcoma involving the vagina and bladder, and have reviewed the existing literature on the subject of angiosarcoma resulting from previous therapeutic irradiation for gynecologic malignancy.
Golomb J - - 1989
Bladder neoplasms associated with augmentation cystoplasty have been reported to date in 12 patients. We add 2 cases: 1 with invasive transitional cell carcinoma involving the native bladder and bowel segment, and 1 with a poorly differentiated invasive oat cell (small cell) carcinoma confined to the bladder. The predisposing factors ...
Stofman G M - - 1989
Intramuscular hemangiomas make up less than 1% of all hemangiomas [1]. These invasive and aggressive lesions appear to have a predilection for large muscle masses. They can be strikingly aggressive in the head and neck, and persistence despite radical treatment is common. Spontaneous resolution in adults to our knowledge has ...
Castillenti T A - - 1989
Theories about the nature of cavernous hemangiomas have been reviewed. Most authors believe that such vascular tumors are congenital. The influence of pregnancy on the growth of these tumors was exemplified in a case report, and explanatory mechanisms were offered. Occurrences of cavernous hemangiomas that involve the foot were reported ...
Del Gaudio A - - 1989
Hemangiomas, although frequently found elsewhere, are rarely encountered in the adrenal gland. Only 17 surgical cases of adrenal hemangiomas have been reported, with an additional case not surgically treated. The pertinent literature has been reviewed. Two additional cases, one identified preoperatively and both removed surgically, are presented herein. Ultrasonograms and ...
Rutka J - - 1989
The incidental discovery of a cavernous hemangioma in an apparently normal incus found during pathological examination is reported. The incus had been removed during the course of a total osseous labyrinthectomy for delayed endolymphatic hydrops (DEH), and this unexpected finding noted. Although rare, hemangiomatous involvement of the temporal bone does ...
Hasegawa S - - 1989
We report a case of adenocarcinoma found at the bladder site 29 years after ileocystoplasty. The patient was a 43-year-old woman who had undergone a closed-loop type of ileocystoplasty for a small tuberculous contracted bladder when she was 13 years old. The tumor that arose in the bladder site was ...
Metzger P P - - 1989
Adenocarcinoma of the colon developing at or about the sites of ureterosigmoid anastomoses for urinary diversion has been documented in the literature. A case report is presented that illustrates that a carcinoma can develop in a large bowel urinary conduit not exposed to the fecal stream. Colonic bladders are being ...
Kyriakos M - - 1989
An asymptomatic 73-year-old woman was found to have multiple, simultaneous, inverted papillomas of the renal pelvis and ureter. A review of the world literature yielded 34 cases of inverted papillomas in the upper urinary tract: 13 in the renal pelvis, and 21 in the ureter. Among these 34 cases, there ...
Weingarten J L - - 1988
The Mitrofanoff procedure for continent urinary diversion was described in 1980. This principle has been expanded upon and used to achieve continent urinary diversion in virtually any indicated clinical setting. We report 3 cases treated by the Mitrofanoff principle to illustrate the spectrum of clinical situations to which it is ...
Sullins K E - - 1988
Unilateral ureteral ectopia was diagnosed in three-year-old and 10-month-old fillies exhibiting urinary incontinence since birth. In one case reimplantation of the ureter onto the bladder was planned but considered to be impractical intra-operatively. Unilateral nephrectomy was performed successfully in both cases which alleviated the urinary incontinence. Both horses had normal ...
Corbally M T - - 1988
Over 200 cases of colonic hemangioma have been reported, with more than 50% occurring in the rectosigmoid. These benign vascular neoplasms usually present in childhood, often with life-threatening hemorrhage. Lack of awareness of the condition continues to lead to errors in diagnosis and management, and may contribute to previously reported ...
Abel P D - - 1988
The UICC pT category for transitional cell cancer (TCC) of the bladder was recorded as assigned from the routine service of a pathology laboratory. All reports had been passed for release after review by pathologists of the status of senior registrar or above. After 99 cases had been collected, the ...
Ibarguen E - - 1988
A 3-month-old infant presented with ascites, anemia, minimal rectal bleeding, and thrombocytopenia. He was found to have several hundred small cavernous hemangiomas of the colon and peritoneal surfaces. Treatment consisted of laser surgery, subtotal colectomy, and steroids. A brief review of the literature on intestinal hemangiomatosis is included as well ...
Konami T - - 1988
A rare case of wide urethra in a female infant mimicking as a urethral diverticulum in association with ectopic ureterocele is reported. The ureterocele terminated just below the bladder neck, but the diverticulum-like structure everted from the wide urethra, protruding towards the ureterocele. Weakness of the urethral wall, distal to ...
Soberman M S - - 1988
A 3 1/2-year-old child had a murmur of pulmonary stenosis. Echocardiography and cardiac catheterization revealed a pulmonary infundibular obstruction. Magnetic resonance imaging of the heart demonstrated a mass in the interventricular septum. The mass was successfully resected and a pathologic diagnosis of capillary hemangioma was made. Only two previous cases ...
Ogasawara H - - 1988
A successfully treated case of infantile medulloblastoma is presented that was associated with omphalocele, malrotation of the intestine, and extrophy of the bladder. A 5-month-old boy was admitted due to disturbance of consciousness and was diagnosed by computed tomography as having a medulloblastoma. Ventricular drainage, subduralperitoneal shunt, and removal of ...
Defoort P - - 1988
To assess the potential value of intrauterine diversion in cases of fetal urinary tract malformation, we re-evaluated the 19 cases of such lesions which were part of a consecutive series of 94 cases of fetal malformations that were diagnosed in our department between 1980 and 1985. We chose a policy ...
Horne D W - - 1987
Patients presenting with rare primary signet-ring cell carcinoma of the bladder are often found to be in renal failure and to have distressing symptoms of bladder instability. Their clinical course most often is rapidly fatal, and radical cystectomy with urinary diversion offers the only hope of increasing longevity. We herein ...
Puig L - - 1987
Verrucous hemangioma is an infrequent variety of deep-seated capillary or cavernous hemangioma with reactive epidermal hyperplasia and a superficial component indistinguishable from those of angiokeratoma. Four cases of verrucous hemangioma are reported herein. Verrucous hemangiomas are usually congenital lesions which do not resolve spontaneously and have a tendency to recur ...
Mata J A - - 1987
In the newborn, intraperitoneal extravasation of urine from a urachal laceration may follow an attempt at umbilical artery catheterization. Clinical results of this injury are neonatal ascites, anuria, and azotemia. Herein, we describe a case of iatrogenic bladder injury with successful management following late detection. The anatomy of the urachus ...
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