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Wilms tumor commonly presents as an asymptomatic abdominal mass. In some cases, it can be accompanied with hypertension, constitutional symptoms and hematuria when involving the collecting system. Below, we review the case of a child diagnosed with botryoid Wilms tumor involving the upper calyces and renal pelvis in which the presenting symptom was a concern for a foreign body in her left ear and the only abnormality during initial history and physical examination was stage 2 hypertension.
To compare urodynamic outcomes between Aquablation vs TURP.
To evaluate patients’ serum total testosterone levels (STLs) after brachytherapy (BT) for prostate cancer.
The value of shadowing and the twinkling artifact in the diagnosis of ureteral stones: a single-center study
To determine and evaluate the value of shadowing and the twinkling artifact (TA) for the diagnosis of ureteral stones.
To clarify the key steps and evaluate the early results of the recently introduced Top-Down Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate (HoLEP).1,2 This technique was developed to shorten the steep learning curve associated with the conventional approach.