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His clinical interests include urinary tract infection and reflux, congenital abnormalities of the genitalia, and urinary tract obstruction of the newborn.
It has been demonstrated that increased PGE2 synthesis in response to urinary tract obstruction may dysregulate renal AQPs and sodium transporters, which are crucial for the impaired urinary concentration capacity in obstructive nephrogenic diabetes insipidus.
Bladder stones are rare in women and children, but are common in men due to the greater incidence of lower urinary tract obstruction such as prostate enlargement.
Advanced stent sustains drainage, allows for one stent placement in 12 months SAN FRANCISCO -- A 29-month clinical study1 demonstrated the long-term success of Cook Medical's Resonance[R] Metallic Ureteral Stent in providing drainage for patients with both benign and malignant upper urinary tract obstructions, according to results presented today at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association (AUA).
Ruano is a world-renowned expert in the study of fetal cystoscopy for severe lower urinary tract obstruction syndrome.
of California School of Medicine and San Francisco General Hospital) present 24 contributions organized by pathophysiology and covering conditions falling under the headings of urogenital trauma, infection, vascular and hemorrhagic emergencies, acute urinary tract obstruction, iatrogenic complications, and newborn urological emergencies.
In the study, factors defining cUTI included urinary tract surgery within the prior three months, post-voiding residual volume, neurogenic bladder, renal, urethral or bladder calculi or urinary tract obstruction.