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I Mincik, M Mytnik, L Straka, J Breza, I Vilcha
PURPOSE: Authors analyzed their experience with urinary bladder tumours. This article discusses clinical and histopathological diagnostics and treatment procedures, and follow up of patients with rare benign urinary bladder tumours. METHODS: 406 patients with bladder tumours were treated in our department between January 2000 and December 2008. 322 patients had superficial tumours and 84 had primary invasive tumours. All patients who underwent transurethral resections of these tumours were operated under general or spinal anaesthesia...
2013: Bratislavské Lekárske Listy
V Procházka, Z Kala, M Jíra, K Starý, S Bohatá, I Penka
INTRODUCTION: Laparoscopic adrenalectomy has become a standard surgical procedure for the most of adrenal gland disorders. Hormonal active adenomas, feochromocytomas even some malignant tumors are the most frequent indications. The number of operations for accidentally diagnosed foci has grown rapidly. It has been suggested to revise recommendations specifying criteria, based on which incidentaloma is indicated for adrenalectomy. The aim of this work is to compare the results of adrenalectomies for hormonal active lesions and incidentalomas...
April 2012: Rozhledy V Chirurgii: Měsíčník Československé Chirurgické Společnosti
M Kasalický, M Krsek, T Zelinka, V Hána, J Widimský
BACKGROUND: Presently the laparoscopic adrenalectomy (LA) becomes most popular since 1992 when it was performed for the first time by laparoscopic method by Gagner. Typical indication for LA is the aldosteron-secreting adenoma, Cushing's syndrome, feochromocytoma or scarcity tumors such as adrenal cyst or myelolipomas. AIM: The evaluation of the laparoscopic adrenalectomy as safe method for adrenals tumout's extirpation to the sizes 10 cm. METHODS: LA is provided with transperitoneal lateral approach most frequently then in back side position...
August 2009: Rozhledy V Chirurgii: Měsíčník Československé Chirurgické Společnosti
L Laca, M Fani, J Janík, J Miklusica, M Adámik, M Hosala
Cystic feochromocytoma is a special subtype of supraadrenal tumors, with a specific clinical course, symptomatology, CT and MRI pictures and histological findings. The above factors frequently contribute to a wrong diagnosis and increased risk during its surgery. The authors present a case review of a patient with a cystic tumor of the right liver lobe. Its laparoscopic fenestration attempt resulted in hypertonic crisis with cardial decompensation and lung edema. Furthermore, attempts to embolize the tumor resulted in another hypertonic crisis, despite of the preoperative care as appropriate in feochromocytoma procedures...
June 2008: Rozhledy V Chirurgii: Měsíčník Československé Chirurgické Společnosti
P Hladík, L Marsík, M Podhola, D H Nikolov
Localization of hemangioma in retroperineum causes late diagnosis of the disease. The tumour is usually detected only when the clinical symptoms caused by the pressure of the surrounding tissues occur. This article presents the case of retroperitoneal hemangioma preoperatively diagnosed as suspect feochromocytoma.
May 2006: Rozhledy V Chirurgii: Měsíčník Československé Chirurgické Společnosti
I Lazurova, H Wagnerova, L Zachar, P Schwartz, D Trejbal, J Bober, L Sokol, A Kovacova
The authors analyse hormonal and morphological characteristics of adrenal incidentalomas, i.e. pathological adrenal masses accidentally found on CT scan performed due to extraadrenal causes of other causes of adrenal pathology. The group of patients was consisted by 42 patients at the age 24-79 years (27 females and 15 males). The most frequent clinical symptoms included arterial hypertension, diabetes mellitus and obesity. CT examinations revealed 36 cases of unilateral lesions (in 21 cases the lesions were localised on the right and in 15 cases on the left) and 6 bilateral lesions...
2000: Bratislavské Lekárske Listy
D Dudorkinová
Two cases of a rare neuroectodermal compound tumor (pheochromocytoma-ganglioneuroma) of the adrenal were described. They were found in 2.85% of all neuroectodermal adrenal tumors investigated during 20 years. One tumor was diagnosed bioptically in a patient with hypertension. The other one was found incidentally in an autopsy. In both of the them, the major part was feochromocytoma. The structures of ganglioneuroma were only focal. Chromogranin A was relatively strongly positive in pheochromocytes which contained neurosecretory granules...
August 1996: Ceskoslovenská Patologie
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