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Sylvester P A - - 1995
We present two cases of painless urinary retention secondary to central intervertebral disc prolapse. In neither case were there signs or symptoms suggesting an underlying neurological insult. Both patients voided spontaneously following neurosurgical intervention. The classical features of acute cauda equina compression may be absent in patients with central lumbar ...
Pethe V V - - 1995
A case of infantile hemangioendothelioma of the liver is reported in a 18 day-old male neonate. The neonate presented with CHF. He had hepatomegaly, but lacked the third component of the classical triad i.e. cutaneous hemangiomas. The S.A.F.P levels were raised to 920 ng/ml, though rise is rare in infantile ...
Chiou R K - - 1995
We report a case of extensive traumatic membranous urethral obliteration with a 4-cm gap that was successfully treated with a transperineal-transurethral puncture technique to reestablish urethral continuity in association with endourethroplasty to repair the long fibrotic gap. The injury also involved the bladder neck, and the patient had subsequent stress ...
Choe J M - - 1995
Eosinophilic cystitis is a rare form of an allergic cystitis. Factors such as food allergens, parasites, and drugs have been implicated in the genesis of eosinophilic cystitis. Associated risk factors include bronchial asthma, atopic diseases, and environmental allergens. Intravesical mitomycin is a reported causative agent. We report the first case ...
Evans J M JM Division of Community Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota 55905, - - 1995
Bladder distention is an infrequently reported cause of venous obstruction that may be confused clinically with deep venous thrombosis or congestive heart failure. Urinary symptoms may be minimal or absent. Herein we describe a 73-year-old man with unilateral lower extremity edema caused by a distended urinary bladder. In addition, we ...
Fadiran O A - - 1995
Closed suprapubic cystostomy using a suprapubic trocar and cannula is a standard surgical procedure for urinary diversion in cases of acute urinary retention. Decannulation is quite easy when the cannula has a side slit which allows easy detachment of the Foley catheter. However when the cannula is without a side ...
Oliva E - - 1995
A detailed review of the microscopic features of 80 nephrogenic adenomas of the urinary tract was undertaken. The lesions occurred in patients who ranged in age from 15 to 94 (average, 52) years. There was a 2:1 male/female ratio. Fifty-five percent of the lesions occurred in the urinary bladder, 41% ...
Cespedes R D - - 1995
Bladder rupture and urethral disruption are relatively common injuries associated with pelvic trauma; however, bladder herniation into a public symphysis diastasis is an unusual sequelae of pelvic trauma. We report a case of anterior bladder wall herniation into a traumatic pubic diastasis and review the literature. Recommendations focusing on avoiding ...
Shim K S - - 1995
We report a case of hepatic cavernous hemangioma with computed tomographic findings of well demarcated nodular lesser attenuation foci within the main low attenuation mass on precontrast scans and non-enhancement of the foci even on the delayed contrast scans. These have been described as one of the atypical findings of ...
Myers D L - - 1995
A case of urinary retention was associated with an incarcerated, retroverted, gravid uterus. In a literature review of the English language we encountered 26 similar cases. Although no series of cases has allowed evaluation of a specific protocol for evaluation and management or analysis of outcomes, a review of the ...
Parivar F - - 1995
We report a case of endocervicosis of the bladder. The tumor was successfully resected transurethrally. Histopathology of this rare condition is discussed and the literature is reviewed. The natural course of this entity is poorly documented and close followup is mandatory. When endocervicosis is differentiated confidently from adenocarcinoma, local treatment ...
Kibel A S - - 1995
To our knowledge we report the first case of bladder perforation in a patient with no history of pelvic surgery or delivery. The patient presented 3 days post partum with renal failure and ascites. Paracentesis and cystography confirmed urinary ascites and bladder rupture. After open bladder repair convalescence was uneventful. ...
Dahm P - - 1995
We report a case of a large malignant neurofibroma of the urinary bladder occurring in a 33-year-old patient with Recklinghausen's neurofibromatosis. Urologic manifestations of neurofibromatosis are infrequent; a neurofibroma of the bladder with malignant degeneration is an extreme rarity. To date only 3 cases have been described in the literature.
Bar-Moshé O - - 1995
Megalourethra is a nonobstructive urethral dilatation associated with poor embryogenic development of the corpus spongiosum and occasionally with maldevelopment of the cavernous bodies. The two entities are distinguished arbitrarily: the scaphoid and the fusiform type. Although megalourethra may be an isolated entity, the association with concomitant upper urinary tract abnormalities ...
Zaragoza M R - - 1995
Inadvertent intrathecal administration of vincristine results in severe neurotoxicity. Motor and sensory bladder dysfunction have been reported but the long-term urologic consequences are unknown due to the associated high mortality. We report a case of accidental intrathecal vincristine administration with patient survival and follow-up of 24 months. The child developed ...
Klemme W R - - 1994
Acquired unilateral pes planus due to hemangioma of the gastrocnemius is an unusual and rarely reported event. In recent years, three children with latent onset unilateral toe-walking due to hemangioma of the proximal gastrocnemius have received treatment at our facility. This report details the usual clinical syndrome and presents postsurgical ...
Mok P M - - 1994
An additional sonographic sign of gangrenous cholecystitis, namely the loss of the mucosal/gall-bladder wall echo in a setting of acute cholecystitis, is described. It was found prospectively in six patients and correlated well with the presence of mucosal/wall necrosis on histological gallbladder specimens. Other reported signs of gangrenous cholecystitis are ...
Itoh N - - 1994
We report a rare case of spontaneous rupture of a large bladder diverticulum that was diagnosed accurately and promptly using abdominal ultrasonography. Instillation of saline and air into the bladder on ultrasonography demonstrated jetting from the wall of the bladder diverticulum. We recommend this useful imaging technique, which can be ...
Ho C C - - 1994
Urethral prolapse is an uncommon anomaly that involves primarily the distal female urethra. It occurs most commonly in black girls and in post-menopausal white patients. We report a case of urethral prolapse in an 8-year-old girl. She was treated by total excision of prolapsed mucosa. Postoperative course was smooth. No ...
Müller C E - - 1994
Immobilization causes bone dissolution leading to hypercalcemia and hypercalciuria in children. We report the case of a 10-year-old boy who developed 2 stones in the pelvis off his left healthy kidney after only 8 days of immobilization. He was on bedrest after pyeloplasty done for a ureteropelvic junction obstruction on ...
Lee H L - - 1994
Primary localized amyloidosis is a rare disease with an excellent prognosis in most cases. We report a case of primary localized amyloidosis of the bladder that was treated with transurethral resection.
Lemontagne A E AE - - 1994
Primary osteosarcoma of the bladder is an extremely rare neoplasm. Fewer than 30 cases have been reported in the world's literature, some of which may not meet the strict modern criteria for inclusion in this group. The authors report a case of such a neoplasm occurring in an 86-year-old man ...
Egawa M - - 1994
A case of primary adenocarcinoma of the vermiform appendix coexisting with transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) of the bladder is presented. The patient was a 74-year-old male who underwent radical cystectomy with continent urinary diversion using the Florida pouch. Two different cancers were found, TCC of the bladder and mucinous adenocarcinoma ...
Soong W J - - 1994
Sixteen neonates and infants with asphyxiated bladder syndrome (ABS) were prospectively studied over a two-year period. Their transient urinary bladder distention had developed as a sequel of asphyxial events, and presented as delayed micturition in the absence of obstructive lesion. The incidence was 1.9 percent in this Pediatric Intensive Care ...
Senoh H - - 1994
A case of nodular fasciitis occurring at the bladder vertex in a 34-year-old male is reported. The tumor was about 1 cm in diameter. A urachal tumor was diagnosed, and excised en bloc from the umbilicus to the bladder vertex. This tumor was diagnosed as nodular fasciitis from the histopathological ...
Herd A M - - 1994
We report the case of an intoxicated male patient who presented with an isolated intraperitoneal urinary bladder rupture, with a history of minor trauma. A review of the literature reveals that isolated bladder rupture after minimal or no trauma in association with alcohol or drug ingestion is an infrequently reported, ...
Angulo J C - - 1994
We report 2 cases of pseudosarcomatous myofibroblastic proliferations of the bladder unrelated to urological trauma. To our knowledge, these cases represent the longest followup (12 and 19 years, respectively) reported in the literature, which confirms the long-term benign nature of an entity that may be clinically and even pathologically mistaken ...
Yaniv R - - 1994
Leser-Trélat sign is defined as the sudden appearance of multiple seborrhoeic keratoses in association with internal malignancy. Although 75 cases have been reported to date, controversy still exists about the significance of this sign. The first association of the Leser-Trélat sign with transitional cell carcinoma of the urinary-bladder is reported.
Lam A H - - 1994
The medical imaging and clinical histories of three cases of haematoma of the urinary bladder in paediatrics were reviewed retrospectively. The sonographic findings are unique and diagnostic. Three distinctive sonographic features were observed. The haematomas were large, occupying most of the bladder lumen. They showed an echogenic thick, smooth rim ...
Kizilcan F - - 1994
A case of superior vesical fissure is presented to discuss the embryologic origin of the anomaly. In view of the simplicity of the anomaly and the discrepancies between the characteristics of superior vesical fissure and bladder exstrophy, superior vesical fissure is suggested to be a distinct clinical entity with an ...
Lopez-Beltran A - - 1994
We report a case of adenocarcinoma of the urachus showing extensive calcification and stromal osseous metaplasia, arising in the bladder dome of a 51-years-old man. The patient underwent partial cystectomy, including in block excision of the entire urachus and umbilicus, and remains well, free from symptoms after a 22-month follow-up ...
MacKenzie J - - 1994
We report on a boy born with complete penoscrotal transposition, normal scrotum, twisted penile shaft with hypoplastic penile urethra, meatal stenosis, normal bladder, and bilateral cystic dysplastic kidneys. The patient died of renal failure at 2.5 months. This is the 13th reported case of complete penoscrotal transposition with normal scrotum. ...
Pasquale M D - - 1993
The bladder is partially involved in 1 to 4% of all inguinal hernias. However, few cases of massive inguinoscrotal herniation of the bladder have been described, all of which have involved unilateral hydronephrosis. We report on a 45-year-old man with incomplete voiding and massively enlarged right scrotum along with elevated ...
de Jong T P - - 1993
Neomycin is known for its ototoxicity after many different methods of administration of the drug. Neomycin sometimes is used for bladder irrigation in patients with urinary tract infections when other treatments fail. To our knowledge toxicity after bladder instillation of neomycin has not been reported previously. We report a case ...
Deehan D J - - 1993
This paper reports on two patients with carcinoid tumours of the gall bladder who presented to the Aberdeen hospitals during the period 1970 to 1990 and reviews all previously reported cases in published works.
Bronshtein M - - 1993
We describe here 17 cases of fetal gall bladder anomalies, detected as early as the 14th week of gestation, out of 10,016 fetal systemic examinations performed by us in the last 6 years (0.15 per cent). In seven cases, agenesis of the fetal gall bladder was detected. The diagnosis was ...
Boyle L - - 1993
We describe a 14-year-old boy with a solitary cavernous hemangioma in the proximal small intestine that caused recalcitrant iron deficiency anemia beginning at 3 years of age. After a number of attempts to ascertain the cause of the anemia were unsuccessful, the vascular tumor was ultimately diagnosed in the jejunum, ...
Takahashi A - - 1993
We report a case of adenocarcinoma arising in the ileal segment of an ileocystoplasty which had remained defunctionalized for 22 years, after conversion to the ileal conduit. In our case, inflammation or previous radiation as well as urine exposure are suggested to have participated in the development of the carcinoma ...
Oner Z - - 1993
Two cases of diffuse cavernous haemangioma of the rectum are reported and a thorough review of the world literature with a sum of 79 patients is done. We advocate low anterior resections for the treatment of this disease; sleeve resections are not necessary, since the recurrent bleeding and complication rates ...
Spirnak J P - - 1993
Bacillus Calmette-Guerin has been established as one of the most active agents for the treatment of superficial transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder. Although complications do occur with this agent, they are usually transient and mild. Two cases are herein reported in which dystrophic calcification of the urinary bladder occurred ...
Renshaw A A - - 1993
We present 12 cases of benign atypical vascular lesions of the lip with cytologic or architectural features that raised microscopically the possibility of angiosarcoma. The patterns encountered in these lesions, sometimes in combination, were the following: lobular capillary hemangioma in five cases; intravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasia in five cases; epithelioid ...
Devitt A T - - 1993
A case of gangrenous cystitis in a 67-year-old woman is reported. Associated etiological factors include invasive recurrent carcinoma of the cervix, radiotherapy and atherosclerosis. Primary infection was not a feature. The patient was treated with antibiotics, bladder drainage and total cystectomy with complete recovery. The etiology and management of this ...
Goto Y - - 1993
Cavernous hemangioma, a rare vascular hamartoma, in the cavernous sinus is described in this report. This case showed a slowly progressive course, which first involved the right optic nerve, followed by the left optic nerve, and then the right oculomotor, trochlear, abducens, and trigeminal nerves. Cavernous hemangioma should be suspected ...
Cameron E W - - 1993
Acalculous cholecystitis is usually seen in critically-ill patients while torsion of the gall-bladder tends to arise de novo, pre-disposed to by an absent mesentery. There are ultrasonic features in common but the most useful distinguishing finding is the sign of the 'floating gall-bladder'. A case is reported and the ultrasound ...
Numan F - - 1993
Renal hemangiomas are rare neoplasms of the kidney, and the number of cases reported in the literature are about 200 since the original description by Virchow in 1867. Among these, only a few have been examined by the combination of ultrasound, computed tomography, and angiography. We present a demonstrative case ...
Han K E - - 1993
Serum and urine concentrations of fibrin (-ogen) degradation products (FDP) were estimated in 20 proven Russell's viper bite (RVB) cases with severe defribination. All patients had similar degrees of high serum FDP levels. However, the ten who developed into acute renal failure (ARF) had significantly (p < 0.001) higher urinary ...
Nakada K - - 1993
A rare case of an ulcerated hemangioma of the upper arm in a neonate is described herein. Resection of the huge hemangioma, which occupied the axilla and extended down the entire length of the upper arm, was necessary due to massive hemorrhage from the ulcer and progressive heart failure caused ...
Sagar P M - - 1993
A case is presented of a woman who developed obstructive jaundice secondary to dysplastic mucinous papillomatosis two years after she had undergone cholecystectomy and exploration of the common bile duct. The gall bladder was dysplastic. It is suggested that the dysplastic glands removed from the common bile duct at the ...
Lorenzana L - - 1992
The case of a young woman with focal dystonia of the hand due to a cavernous angioma of the basal ganglia is presented. The lesion involved the anterior third of the lentiform nucleus and a large portion of white matter anterior to this nucleus and lateral to the head of ...
Tacker J R - - 1992
Two cases are reported that demonstrate significant activity of the new antifungal agent, fluconazole, in treating urinary tract fungal infections. One patient was severely immunocompromised with the underlying complication of renal failure and the other presented with a much simpler case of candidal cystitis that responded quickly despite unfavorable in ...
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