Annals of Urologic Oncology

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  • RESEARCH  |  10 Oct 2020

    Open radical retropubic prostatectomy as a saviour in the era of robotics- a single surgeon experience

    ABDUL ROUF KHAWAJA, MALIK ABDUL ROUF, YASIR DAR, et al. Background Outcome of its safety, perioperative outcomes, functional outcomes, oncologic outcomes in open radical retropubic prostatectomy for organ confined prostate cancers in the era of robotic surgery. Methods A prospective study of radical retropubic prostatectomy performed at SKIMS between 2013 and 2020 was conducted. Work up of ...

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  • REVIEW  |  05 Oct 2020

    Minimal invasive treatments for renal cell carcinoma

    SELAHATTIN CALISKAN, MUSTAFA SUNGUR. Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is the most common malignancy of the kidney that accounts 85% of all renal tumors and 2-3% of all adult malignancies . The etiology of RCC associated with smoking , obesity, anti-hypertensive therapy, coffee and tea, Western diet (high fat and protein and low fruits and vegetables). However, the detection of small renal masses has be...

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  • RESEARCH  |  04 Oct 2020

    Short term outcomes in Indian patients with high risk prostate cancer after laparoscopic radical prostatectomy- data from a single institute

    PRASHANT PATEL, SHRENIK J SHAH, ARPAN CHOUDHARY. Background Management of high risk prostate cancer (HRPC) is in evolving stage. Effectiveness of the various treatment strategies is being explored. We examined the short term efficacy of laparoscopic radical prostatectomy (LRP) in treatment of patients with HRPC. Methods Retrospective observational study had 140 HRPC patients of Indian origi...

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  • RESEARCH  |  01 Aug 2020

    Effects of P-MAPA as immunomodulator on markers for energy metabolism in bladder cancer

    WAGNER J FAVARO, PETRA K BOCKELMANN, PATRICK V GARCIA, EDUARDO AR SOCCA et al. Introduction This study characterized and compared cellular energetic metabolism features in the treatment of chemically induced non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC) in Fischer 344 rats that were submitted to intravesical immunotherapies with P-MAPA (Protein aggregate magnesium-ammonium phospholinoleate-palmitolea...

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  • RESEARCH  |  17 Jul 2020

    Histopathological review of renal pelvic tumours of Balkan nephropathy cases from Southern Serbia

    DIANA HERMAN, GORAN STANOJEVIć, NIKOLA PAVLOVIć AND PETER MANTLE. Background Urothelial tumour frequently associates with atrophied kidney pelvis in Balkan endemic nephropathy but histopathology illustration lacks both definition and immune profile for differential diagnosis from renal cell carcinoma. Methods Histology sections of anonymized archived renal tumours and associated kidney of eight...

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  • REVIEW  |  25 Jun 2020

    Vascular neoplasms and related lesions of kidney

    MICHELLE S LIN, JAE Y. RO. Vascular tumors arising in the kidney are distinctly uncommon occurrences and have not been well-characterized in the literature; most cases have been documented in single reports or small case series. These tumors often exhibit nonspecific clinical and radiologic features and may mimic malignant epithelial tumors such as renal cell carcinoma (RCC) on imaging studies, ne...

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