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 EB Yamagishi

Dr. Sho-ichi Yamagishi

 Kanazawa University, Japan



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Prostatic Tissue Level of Some Major and Trace Elements in Patients with BPH

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) represents the most common urologic age-related disease. BPH is histologically defined as an overgrowth of the epithelial and stromal cells in prostate gland. The prevalence of histological BPH is found in approximately 50-60% of males age 40-50, in over 70% at 60 years old and in greater than 90% of men over 70.

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PCNL, Clotting Status and Bleeding Risk: Is Pre-operative Clotting Status Justified?

Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) monotherapy shows superior results in terms of stone clearance, cost-effectiveness, and also early postoperative convalescence when compared with shockwave lithotripsy (SWL) or open stone surgery.

 

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A Brief historical Survey of the Anatomophysiology of the Kidney

None of the medical treatises of the must ancient civilizations (Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, China, India) contain any anatomo-physiological description of the kidney. Aristotle was the fist, who dealt with the matter. Aulus Cornelius Celsus describes the kidney in a brief passage of his De medicina.

Journal Highlights

  • Acute kidney failure
  • Chronic kidney disease
  •  Dialysis
  •  Renal diseases
  •  Glomerulonephritis
  •  Hypertension
  •  Renal transplant
  •  Renal Osteodystrophy
  •  Reno vascular disease
  •  Tubulointerstitial disorders
  •  Vasculitis
  •  Proteinurea
  •  Renal calculus
  •  Hematuria
  •  Female Pelvic Medicine
  •  Endourology
  •  Laparoscopy
  •  Neurourology
  •  Urogynecology
  •  Female Urology
  •  General Urology
  •  Sexual Dysfunction
  •  Pediatric Urology
  •  Reconstructive Urology
  •  Painful bladder syndrome (Interstitial Cystitis)
  •  Urinary Incontinence
  •  Urinary Physiology
  •  Urodynamics
  •  Urologic Oncology
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