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  • Complications of 411 laparoscopic urological procedures: A single surgeon experience. [Journal Article]
  • UAUrol Ann 2018 Jul-Sep; 10(3):308-312
  • Al-Otaibi K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Even though the complications rate in this series was comparable to those of other studies in the literature, yet it remains higher than that of open surgery. The continuing advances in laparoscopic techniques will reduce the complication rate and will pave the way for laparoscopy to replace most currently practiced open surgical urological procedures.
  • Does total testicular volume predict testicular volume difference in adolescent males with varicocele? [Journal Article]
  • IBInt Braz J Urol 2018 Jun 20; 44
  • Bernstein AP, Fram EB, … Drzewiecki BA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Adolescent varicoceles continue to pose a challenge to pediatric urologists. The dilemma of over-aggressive treatment has proven difficult to balance with the risk of infertility. We hoped that elucidating the relationship between TTV and TVD could be useful in identifying patients who are at greater risk for infertility while decreasing the need for more intrusive testing, such as semen analysis, in an adolescent population. We looked at the direct relationship between low TTV and high TVD. In our population, there was a non-significant relationship between TTV < 30 cc and TVD ≥ 20% (p > 0.05) indicating that in adolescents with varicocele, TTV and TVD are independent variables. Our study limitations include the inherent user dependent bias of ultrasound measurements and data collection at a single institution with high ethnic diversity, possibly not comparable to all patient populations.Low TTV (< 30 cc) itself is not predictive of high TVD (≥ 20%) in adolescent boys with varicocele, despite their reported independent associations with impaired fertility in other studies.
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