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Orchitis the Strange, the Rare and the Unusual: Case Report and Review of the Literature

Pace Gianna, Benzone Stefano and Pola Lisa
Int Arch Urol Complic Volume 3, Issue 1

Abstract: Orchitis are classified as granulomatous and non-granulomatous orchitis. Several agents are responsible for inflammatory and infective diseases of the testis, causing orchitis. The most common clinical features are scrotal swelling, mass and/or pain. The diagnosis is mainly histological because clinical and sonographic aspects may be not conclusive.

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Ureterocele: Review of Presentations, Types and Coexisting Diseases

Donghua Xie, Boris Klopukh, Guy M Nehrenz and Edward Gheiler
Int Arch Urol Complic Volume 3, Issue 1

Abstract: Ureterocele is swelling in one of the ureters that carry urine from the kidney to the bladder, which can block urine flow. An ureterocele usually occurs in the lower part of the ureter, where the ureter enters the bladder. Ureteroceles are equally common in both left- and right-side ureters. Some persons with ureteroceles are asymptomatic. Often, the diagnosis is made later in life due to kidney stones.

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Aspermia: A Review of Etiology and Treatment

Donghua Xie, Boris Klopukh, Guy M Nehrenz and Edward Gheiler
Int Arch Urol Complic Volume 3, Issue 1

Abstract: Aspermia is the complete lack of semen with ejaculation, which is associated with infertility. Many different causes were reported such as infection, congenital disorder, medication, retrograde ejaculation, iatrogenic aspemia, and so on. The main treatments based on these etiologies include anti-infection.

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The Role of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Andrology

Donghua Xie, Boris Klopukh, Guy M Nehrenz and Edward Gheiler
Int Arch Urol Complic Volume 3, Issue 1

Abstract: Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) therapy is a supplemental treatment, in addition to the converntional approach, for patients with an underlying ischemic process. In Andrology, HBO is a therapeutic approach supplemental to surgical and medical options for some patients, mainly reported in the treatment of perineal necrotizing fasciitis (Fournier's gangrene). There were also case reports of successful management using the HBO therapy for posttraumatic ischemic injury, infertility caused by varicocele, hydrocele, testicular torsion, and erectile dysfunction.

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Ileus as First Sign of De Novo Neuroendocrine Prostate Cancer

Mads Ryo Jochumsen, Bjorn Agerbo Sahlholdt and Jorgen Bjerggaard Jensen
Int Arch Urol Complic Volume 3, Issue 1

Abstract: A 73-year-old man with almost no previous medical history was admitted acute with stomach pain, distended abdomen, stop of defecation and feculent vomiting. The patient had been constipated for three months and about a month before admission, a coloscopy was performed presenting no findings. Computed Tomography (CT) showed mechanical bowel obstruction and a huge malignantly transformed prostate gland as the triggering cause.

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New Insights into the Chemical and Isotopic Composition of Human-Body Biominerals. II: COM Kidney Stones from Greece

Dimitra Athanasiadou, Athanasios Godelitsas, Dimosthenis Sokaras, Andreas-Germanos Karydas, Elisavet Dotsika, Stelios Xanthos and Maria Gamaletsou
Int Arch Urol Complic Volume 3, Issue 1

Abstract: Kidney stone disease (urolithiasis) is a serious health problem, involving more than 5% of the population, especially in developing countries. Urolithiasis, the formation of urinary calculi in the kidney, bladder and/or urethra, can be attributed to several risk factors related to geographical region, gender and dietary habits.

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