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  • Coloseminal vesicle fistula after low anterior resection: Report of a case and review of the literature. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2018 Aug 31; 51:257-260
  • Boulianne M, Bouchard G, … Bouchard A
  • CONCLUSIONS: This case reinforces the presumed link between anastomotic leakage and rectoseminal vesicle fistula in cases of low anterior resection while reviewing and summarizing similar previously reported cases on the course of the disease, diagnostic procedures and treatment options.Seminal vesicle are susceptible to fistula in oncological resection of rectum. Both CT scan with water-soluble contrast or sinography are effective diagnostic examinations. Depending on the characteristics of the fistula, conservative approach may be adequate and benefits much less morbidities than the surgical options.
  • [Surgical repair of the tunica albuginea for penis fracture: Selection of incision]. [Journal Article]
  • ZNZhonghua Nan Ke Xue 2018; 24(4):331-334
  • Mao YS, Hua B, … Lu C
  • CONCLUSIONS: For most penile fractures, local longitudinal incision is sufficient for successful repair of the tunica albuginea, with mild injury, no influence on the blood supply or lymph reflux, and a low rate complications. It therefore is obviously advantageous over circular degloving incision except when the cavernous body of urethra is to be explored, which necessitates circular degloving incision below the coronal groove.
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