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(BMC Urol[TA])
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  • Developing a preoperative predictive model for ureteral length for ureteral stent insertion. [Journal Article]
  • BUBMC Urol 2016 Nov 30; 16(1):70
  • Kawahara T, Sakamaki K, … Matsuzaki J
  • CONCLUSIONS: We have developed a predictive model, for the first time, which predicts ureteral length using the following five preoperative characteristics: age, side, sex, IVU measurement, and CT calculation. This predictive model can be used to reliably predict ureteral length based on clinical and radiological factors and may thus be a useful tool to help determining the optimal length of ureteral stent.
  • Protocol for a prospective, randomized study on neurophysiological assessment of lower urinary tract function in a healthy cohort. [Journal Article]
  • BUBMC Urol 2016 Nov 25; 16(1):69
  • van der Lely S, Stefanovic M, … Mehnert U
  • CONCLUSIONS: The measurement of lower urinary tract SEPs elicited by electrical stimulation at different locations of the lower urinary tract has the potential to serve as a neurophysiological biomarker for lower urinary tract afferent nerve function in patients with lower urinary tract symptoms or disorders. For implementation of such a diagnostic tool into clinical practice, an optimized setup with efficient and reliable measurements and data acquisition is crucial. In addition, normative data from a larger cohort of healthy subjects would provide information on variability, potential confounding factors and cut-off values for investigations in patients with lower urinary tract dysfunction/symptoms.
  • Circumcision-related tragedies seen in children at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana. [Journal Article]
  • BUBMC Urol 2016 Nov 8; 16(1):65
  • Appiah KA, Gyasi-Sarpong CK, … Amoah G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Circumcision-related injuries commonly occurred in the neonatal period. Most of the injuries happened in health facilities. The most common injury recorded was urethrocutaneous fistula but the most tragic was penile amputation. There is the need for education and training of providers to minimise circumcision-related injuries in Ghana.
  • miR-199a-5p suppresses human bladder cancer cell metastasis by targeting CCR7. [Journal Article]
  • BUBMC Urol 2016 Nov 4; 16(1):64
  • Zhou M, Wang S, … Zhang D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings added newer insights into the multifaceted role played by miR-199a-5p/CCR7 in bladder cancer, prompting for the first time this miRNA/chemokine axis that regulates cell metastasis. The results strongly supported miR-199a-5p as a potential therapeutic agent and diagnostic marker of bladder cancer.
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