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Petrou Steven P. - - 2001
The artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) has been in use for more than 2 decades. This review describes the history, evolution and use of the AUS in adults. Current rates of success and mechanical reliability are reviewed. (c) 2001 Prous Science. All rights reserved.
Musarella M A - - 2001
We report on a case of double aneuploidy involving Down and Turner cell lines in a female child with a massive capillary hemangioma of the left orbit and mild clinical features of Down syndrome. Cytogenetic findings with G-banding revealed mosaicism in her peripheral blood, i.e. mos45,X[48]/47,XX,+21[28]/46,XX[12/47,XXX[12]. Mosaicism of such nature ...
Arda I S - - 2001
Cystofix is commonly used to drain urine temporarily from the bladder. Common complications are hematuria, bladder wall edema and bladder spasm due to irritation by the catheter itself. A case is described where a Cystofix catheter became curled and knotted inside the bladder, probably due to deep introduction or increased ...
Selva D - - 2001
PURPOSE: To illustrate that orbital venous-lymphatic malformations (lymphangiomas) may rarely simulate cavernous hemangiomas. METHODS: Retrospective case review. RESULTS: Five patients were identified from a series of 85 patients with venous-lymphatic malformations. The age range was 21 to 69 years, and all cases presented with a history of slowly progressive or ...
Meisheri I V - - 2001
A 15-day-old female presented with a healed omphalocele and a triangular musculoskeletal defect in the hypogastric area similar to the defect seen in classic bladder exstrophy. The bladder was normal on exploration. The defect was successfully closed using a bilateral anterior pubic ramotomy. Only ten cases of pseudoexstrophy have been ...
Sauer M V - - 2001
A review of 1000 aspirations of oocyte donors was performed. Only witnessed events necessitating hospitalization or emergent intervention were considered significant. Seven (0.7% incidence) cases were noted, including severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (n = 3), adverse reaction to intravenous anesthesia (n = 2), intra-abdominal bleeding after aspiration (n = 1), ...
Lin H Y - - 2001
Cystitis glandularis is an uncommon proliferative disorder of the mucus-producing glands within the mucosa and submucosa of urinary bladder epithelium. We report three cases with gross hematuria on first presentation. Both sonography and computer tomography revealing bladder tumor and transurethral resection was performed in all three cases. Cystitis glandularis was ...
Dogra P N - - 2001
Balanitis xerotic obliterans (BXO) is the genital subcategory of lichen sclerosis et atrophicus. The association of BXO with urethral stone causing interruption of the urinary stream and voiding by manual displacement of the urethral stone has not been described before. We describe one such case of a young boy with ...
Halkic N - - 2001
All manner of foreign bodies have been extracted from the bladder. Introduction into the bladder may be through self-insertion, iatrogenic means or migration from adjacent organs. Extraction should be tailored according to the nature of the foreign body and should minimise bladder and urethral trauma. We report a case of ...
Deka P M - - 2001
The leech is an invertebrate which has the habit of entering the anatomical orifices of man and animals. During the process of sucking blood it releases an anticoagulant and causes continuous bleeding from the bite site. A leech as a cause of gross hematuria is unusual. We present a case ...
Lopez A E - - 2001
We report a case of a T8 paraplegic woman who experienced necrosis of the bladder due to inadvertent chronic over distention. After bladder repair, the patient suffered from severe ischemic hemorrhagic cystitis. Despite many attempts to control the bleeding with standard treatments, the hematuria continued. Although hyperbaric oxygen (HBO2) therapy ...
Kim I Y - - 2001
Leiomyoma is a rare, benign tumor of the bladder. It frequently has an unusual presentation and its treatment options remain controversial. We describe a case of a leiomyoma of the bladder in a young female whose chief complaint was dyspareunia, and we review the management options.
Parshad S - - 2001
Urethral hemangioma is an exceedingly rare, benign tumor which commonly presents as urethral bleeding. Urethroscopy is the best diagnostic procedure. There are various treatment modalities and appropriate therapy is individualised depending upon site, size and number of hemangiomas. We report a case of solitary urethral hemangioma present in the bulbar ...
Silver J R - - 2001
Jonathan Hutchinson described a 42-year-old man with a previous history of alternating sciatica who had crushing of a pile under ether anaesthesia in 1889. When the patient awoke from the anaesthetic he had paralysis of his bladder and bowels. Jonathan Hutchinson could not establish a diagnosis. Evidence is presented to ...
Anavi B L - - 2001
We present case 96 (the first one in Bulgaria) of primary localized amyloidosis of the urinary bladder in a 72-year-old woman with episodes of painless hematuria. The amyloid tumor is situated on the anterior wall of the bladder--a yellowish prominence 15 mm in diameter with superficial erosion that is surrounded ...
Nye S W - - 2001
Hemangioma of the heart is a rare lesion, representing 5% to 10% of benign cardiac tumors. Hemangioma of the mitral valve has been reported previously in one autopsy case report. We describe the excision and repair of a hemangioma of the mitral valve in a 33-year-old African-American woman.
Higuchi R - - 2000
In a 40-year-old man, a mediastinal hemangioma was discovered intially as a compression of the esophagus by upper gastrointestinal endoscopy. Furthermore, perirenal hemangioma and inferior vena cava (IVC) malformation were stimultaneously found. Hemangiomas, which occur in the mediastinal and perirenal area, are extremely uncommon and congenital IVC malformation, like the ...
Asanuma H - - 2000
Inflammatory pseudotumors of the bladder are rare in children. We describe a 7-day-old male neonate with inflammatory pseudotumor of the bladder. He presented with a 3-day history of macroscopic hematuria. Ultrasonography, computed tomography and cystoscopy showed an intravesical mass arising from the right lateral wall. Pathologic findings obtained by open ...
Alvarez-Mendoza A - - 2000
We reviewed the histopathology of 13 cases of Kasabach-Merrit Syndrome (KMS). In 4 (31%) cases the predominant morphology was that of a tufted angioma (TA). Six (46%) cases were Kaposiform hemangioendotheliomas (KHE), and 3 (23%) cases showed an infantile (juvenile) hemangioma only. Immunostaining for CD34 and actin (HHF-35) was helpful ...
Isaac J - - 2000
Inverted papilloma of the urinary bladder is rare in the pediatric population. Despite several reports in the literature the prognostic significance and biological potential behavior of this lesion remain uncertain. The authors report a case of polypoid inverted papilloma of the urinary bladder in an 11-year-old boy and review its ...
Urgüden M M Akdeniz Universitesi Tip Fakültesi, Ortopedi v Travmatoloji Anabilim Dali, Antalaya, Turkey. - - 2000
Hemangioma of the tendon sheath is rarely reported. In this case report, a 22-year-old man, who had been seen for peroneal tenosynovitis before (although symptoms remained) was reevaluated. A cavernous hemangioma was located in the peroneal muscle and the tendon. Complete excision was performed.
Kaleem Z - - 2000
OBJECTIVE: To report the clinicopathologic features of solitary skeletal hemangioma of the extremities and to review previous cases in the English language medical literature. PATIENTS: In addition to five of our own cases, 34 literature cases with substantial and 75 with partial clinicopathologic information were found. RESULTS: Our patients, three ...
Joshi H B - - 2000
Leiomyoma of the female urethra is a rare condition. It is a benign mesenchymal tumor that commonly presents with recurrent urinary tract infections and various lower urinary tract symptoms. We report a case of urethral leiomyoma and review the literature. A 44-year-old woman presented with severe irritative voiding symptoms without ...
Schultheiss D - - 2000
Ancient reports on urinary incontinence are rather rare and mainly address cases of extraurethral incontinence, e.g. due to a fistula acquired during childbirth or overflow incontinence, e.g. in males with urinary retention or after spinal cord injury. In modern times several authors dealt with the problem of postoperative incontinence after ...
Nakamura T - - 2000
BACKGROUND: Pyogenic granuloma (PG) has been regarded as a florid expression of granulation tissue (GT) proliferation and shows distinct biological behavior compared to conventional GT. PG has not been examined from a standpoint of apoptosis. METHODS: PG (15 cases), GT (14 cases) and capillary hemangioma (CH, 8 cases) were compared ...
Lomeo P - - 2000
Laryngeal hemangiomas in adults are uncommon. We report four such cases seen at our clinic during an 18-month period in 1996 and 1997. All masses were detected by endoscopy, and all were biopsied and ablated uneventfully with a CO2 laser. All four patients recovered without incident. We feel that laryngeal ...
Reich R F - - 2000
The presentation of a primary vascular tumor in a lymph node is a rare occurrence. Only 16 documented cases have been reported to date, with none described in the oral soft tissues. This case report presents the first occurrence of an intra-nodal hemangioma of the oral soft tissue in an ...
Calduch L - - 2000
Verrucous hemangiomas are usually congenital lesions which typically present as warty, bluish, vascular papules, plaques, or nodules, mainly on the lower limbs of children. They show no tendency to spontaneous resolution, and tend to spread and recur after inadequate treatments. We report two instances of verrucous hemangioma, one in an ...
May F - - 2000
Aggressive angiomyxoma is a rare neoplasm which predominantly involves the female pelvis and perineum. Forty-four cases have been reported in the world literature, including 10 cases in men. To the best of our knowledge, the first case of recurrent aggressive angiomyxoma of the urinary bladder is presented here. Operative management, ...
Gjuric M - - 2000
OBJECTIVE: To describe a case of cavernous hemangioma arising from the inferior vestibular nerve, limited to the internal auditory canal. STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective case review and review of literature. SETTING: A tertiary referral clinic. INTERVENTIONS: Extended middle cranial fossa surgery. RESULTS: The hemangioma was completely resected through the extended middle ...
Tornero J - - 2000
Lower urinary tract symptoms is a well known presentation of the presence of foreign bodies inside the bladder. Most such cases are diagnosed by chance, while investigating unrelated conditions. We present the transvesical endoscopic extraction of a surgical sponge that migrated to the bladder six years after an inguinal hernioplasty.
Sousa Escandón A - - 2000
Carcinosarcoma of the bladder is a rare neoplasm composed of a mixture of malignant epithelial and mesenchymal components. The presentation and clinical course of an infiltrating carcinosarcoma located in a bladder diverticulum coexisting with prostatic adenocarcinoma in a 69-year-old man are described. We believe this to be the fifth report ...
Tasu J P - - 2000
We report three cases of a primary malignant lymphoma of the urinary bladder. The radiological features revealed a sessile mass of the lateral wall for one case, a circumferential thickening in the second, and two separated masses of the bladder wall in the last case. Primary malignant lymphoma of the ...
Furihata M - - 1999
Primary gall-bladder carcinoma producing granulocyte-colony stimulating factor (GCSF) is extremely rare. Only four cases, histologically investigated, have been reported to date in the English literature. We report a case of a 48-year-old female with primary gall-bladder carcinoma, associating with leukocytosis (15 700/mm3) and a high level of serum GCSF (54.0 ...
Nonomura K - - 1999
OBJECTIVES: We described the clinical manifestation and outcome after transurethral incision (TUI) of a congenital narrowing of the bulbar urethra (Cobb's collar). MATERIALS AND METHODS: Over a period of 11 years a total of 74 boys, from 3 months to 16 years old with a mean age of 5 years, ...
Kasat L S - - 1999
A 20-day-old female presented in acute renal failure with an absent bladder and vaginal atresia. The right ureter opened into the uterus, resulting in a urometrocolpos, and the left ureter opened through a stenotic opening into the introitus. The literature is reviewed for reported cases and the embryo-pathology of bladder ...
Hall D J - - 1999
A 15 year old girl presented to the accident and emergency (A&E) department with a 24 hour history of lower abdominal pain, and was found to have acute urinary retention. She was discovered to have an imperforate hymen with associated haematocolpos and haematometrium. This is rare and is hence a ...
Niles J D - - 1999
Perineal herniation in the bitch is rare and its complication by bladder retroflexion in the bitch has not been previously reported in the literature. This case report describes a multigravid, five-year-old female cocker spaniel with bilateral perineal hernias, complicated by marked rectal sacculation and ventral bladder retroflexion. The case was ...
Kriplani A - - 1999
A rare case of partial perforation of the wall of the bladder by an intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD) in a puerperal woman and its subsequent laparoscopic removal is described. Cystoscopy revealed an intact bladder mucosa with the IUCD lying submucosally. This case demonstrates that an IUCD embedded in the wall ...
Ilgenli T - - 1999
This is a case report of two patients, aged 26 and 22, who suffered from congenital hemangioma on their faces and pronounced gingival overgrowth localized parallel to extraoral lesions. Prior to surgical intervention the hygienic conditions were improved in several sessions by means of professional preventive treatment and oral hygiene ...
Cacciari A - - 1999
PURPOSE: Bladder exstrophy has recently become one of the several congenital malformations detectable prenatally by fetal ultrasonography, which implies the necessity of a correct prognostic evaluation of quality of life on which therapeutic termination of pregnancy may depend within the temporal limits stated by the law. While maintaining a preeminently ...
Scarpa R M - - 1999
OBJECTIVE: To report on the experience obtained in the treatment of a series of 150 cases of ureteral stone disease by means of the holmium:yttrium-aluminum-garnet (Ho:YAG) laser. METHODS: One hundred and fifty consecutive cases treated by means of Ho:YAG laser ureterolithotripsy have been reviewed in order to assess the results. ...
Yagi H - - 1999
We report a case of inverted papilloma of the urinary bladder in a 10-year-old girl. She was referred to us with intermittent asymptomatic gross hematuria. A polypoid, pedunculated mass, which had a thin and long stalk, approximately 6 x 20 mm in diameter, was observed by cystscopic examination at the ...
Kise H - - 1999
Paravesical granuloma after herniorrhaphy is an unusual complication due to infected suture material and often mimics bladder or urachal malignancy. We present 3 cases of this disease and reviewed 21 previously reported cases. Our patients underwent hernial repair 2-7 years before examination and presented urinary symptoms. They were treated with ...
Procop G W - - 1999
Although rarely encountered in the United States, urinary tract schistosomiasis occurs commonly in many countries in the eastern hemisphere. Travel and immigration may contribute to imported cases of schistosomiasis. Excessive morbidity and increased mortality, including the development of urinary-tract squamous-cell carcinoma, are associated with untreated Schistosoma haematobium infection. Therefore, in ...
Kotwal S V - - 1999
We report a case of placenta percreta invading the urinary bladder that presented as gross hematuria. The patient had normal cystoscopic findings initially and other radiological investigations were reported as normal. However, she had catastrophic second hemorrhage and in spite of bilateral internal iliac artery ligation, hysterectomy and bladder closure ...
Di Benedetto V - - 1999
Aphallia is a very rare congenital malformation, with an occurrence of 1 in every 30 million births. In the international literature about 75 cases have been indicated as of today. The authors report and discuss the case of one neonate, born from a monoamniotic twin delivery, suffering from agenesis of ...
Brancatelli G - - 1999
Bladder hamartoma is a rare benign entity with only eight cases reported in the literature thus far, and whose general imaging features have not, to our knowledge, been previously discussed. The purpose of this report is to review the literature and to discuss the imaging findings in one case of ...
Ijiri R - - 1998
Pelvic neuroblastoma is relatively rare and most are a presacral mass. We present a case of asymptomatic neuroblastoma arising from the dome of the bladder wall, detected by a mass screening program. Only 1 case of neuroblastoma originating from the bladder has been previously reported. Both the reported case and ...
Chadha R - - 1998
Pseudoexstrophy or covered exstrophy is a rare exstrophy variant. The authors report a case of covered exstrophy that presented as a newborn with widely separated pubic bones and rectus muscles, a low-set umbilicus, and a subcutaneous bladder. The anal opening was absent, and there was a complex malformation of the ...
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