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  • Long-term follow-up of Fournier's Gangrene in a tertiary care center. [Journal Article]
  • JSJ Surg Res 2016; 206(1):175-181
  • Rosen DR, Brown ME, … Strumwasser AM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Surgical colostomy may not be mandatory (and might be associated with a high additional morbidity) in FG. With appropriate patient selection, it may be possible to avoid colostomy formation using a less-invasive diversion technology without compromising patient outcomes.
  • Management of Urethral Strictures After Hypospadias Repair. [Review]
  • UCUrol Clin North Am 2017; 44(1):105-111
  • Snodgrass WT, Bush NC
  • Strictures of the neourethra after hypospadias surgery are more common after skin flap repairs than urethral plate or neo-plate tubularizations. The diagnosis of stricture after hypospadias repair is...
  • Are complications of stress urinary incontinence surgery procedures associated with the position of the sling? [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Urol 2016 Dec 01
  • Kociszewski J, Fabian G, … Barcz E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Sling location plays a pivotal role in the occurrence of certain complications. The sling position in the proximal part of the urethra or between the middle and proximal urethra appears to be connected with a high rate of unsuccessful stress urinary incontinence treatment. A sling-longitudinal smooth muscle distance below 2 mm is often connected with sling complications, such as overactive bladder, urinary retention and recurrent urinary tract infections.
  • The role of prostatic inflammation in the development and progression of benign and malignant diseases. [Journal Article]
  • COCurr Opin Urol 2016 Nov 30
  • Gandaglia G, Zaffuto E, … Briganti A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Men with BPH-related lower urinary tract symptoms and chronic prostatic inflammation should be considered at increased risk of symptom progression and acute urinary retention during follow-up. Although preclinical studies provide a biological rationale for the relationship between inflammation and the risk of PCa, clinical investigations report conflicting results and the direct relationship between inflammation and malignant transformation in the human prostate is still debated.
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