Methods: Sixty patients with urologic diseases were studied,14 had urinary tract malformation,18 urinary tract calculus,10 urinary tract tumor,8 inflammatory diseases and 10 others. MRI and MRU were performed in all patients.
Methods Survivin levels were measured in urine samples of 30 patients with BTCC using the quantitative ELISA. At the same time,Urine survivin levels of the two matched control groups (20 cases of other urologic diseases and 15 cases of healthy volunteers)were examined.
Methods: Nineteen typical patients suffering from urological diseases, including 4 with ureter upper section stricture, 3 with ureter lower section stricture, 3 with dupplication of ureter and pelvis, 2 with ureter tumor, 3 kidney tuberculosis, 2 with bladder cancer,and 2 with kidney tumor,were studied. Intravenous urograph (IVU), B-model ulbrasound scanning (B-us) and spiral CT were applied in the diagnosis process of all patients.
Methods:Urinary NMP22 values were determined for 58 patients with urothelial transitional cell carcinomas (TCC),32 with benign urological diseases,18 with other cancers and 20 healthy volunteers by an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA);
Among the patients, 73 (22.9％ ) were ill with gallbladder diseases, 68 ( 21.3％ ) with liver diseases, 32 ( 10.0％ ) with cholestatic jaundice, 19(6.0％)with urinary disease and 13 (4.1％) with other diseases.
(3)The factors affecting ADL markedly included Hypertension,cerebrovascular disease,psychopathy,cataract,urinary disease and tumor,which were fairly different from those of IADL including age,cerebrovascular disease and tumor. Furthermore,the factors had no parallel relationship with prevalence rate, as well as with the more or less kinds of disease they suffered from.
The etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of priapism: Review of the American Foundation for Urologic Disease Consensus Panel repor
For these studies, urinary bladders from seven adults with no previous history of urologic disease were obtained at autopsy.
Magnetic resonance imaging in the assessment of urologic disease: an all-in-one approach
Continuous refinement of the applied MR techniques and further improvements in spatial resolution is needed to expand the actual imaging possibilities and to create new tracts and challenges in the MR evaluation of urologic disease.
In the past decade laparoscopy has been successfully utilized for both the obliterative and reconstructive management of urologic disease.
In contrast, the positive rates were only 9.9% in 71 patients with other urological tumors and 5.8% in 52 cases of benign urological diseases.
An assessment of immunoreactive epidermal growth factor in urine of patients with urological diseases
To examine the excretion of urinary epidermal growth factor (EGF) in urological diseases and the relationship of EGF urine levels with transitional cell carcinoma (TCC), we measured the concentration of EGF by radioimmunoassay.
Urinary EGF values were lower in patients with urological diseases of different etiologies than in normal controls (P>amp;lt;0.005).
A total of 94 patients with various non-malignant urological diseases were recruited as a control group.