Urology And Andrology

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Phimosis - narrowing of the foreskin, without the possibility of complete exposure of the head of the penis. Classify congenital and acquired phimosis. A characteristic feature of phimosis is the inflating of the cavity of the foreskin wi...

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If the ailment in question has developed as a result of the accumulation of prolactin in the pituitary gland, the following disorders will occur: Failures in the central nervous system. Impotence. Reduction in the number of ...

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Hydronephrosis is a kidney disease characterized by the widening of the cups and pelvis, followed by atrophy of the renal parenchyma, and is caused by a violation of the outflow of urine. Urinary retention occurs in the renal-pelvis system...

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Prostate removal is not a prerequisite for the treatment of adenoma - the timely use of adequate medications will provide an opportunity to overcome this disease. Any treatment - be it medical, operational - should be based on the results of di...

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The installation of cystostomy or cystostomy is a general term that determines the creation by surgical methods of an artificial outlet duct from the bladder located in the suprapubic region. Indications for cystostomy are, as a rule, ser...

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Modern treatment of phimosis involves the use of non-pharmacological and medication methods, as well as the conduct of a surgical operation. The complications of phimosis Methods of treatment of phimosis without surgery Surgic...

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Stones form in the urinary tract during the crystallization process of one or more substances that are always present in the urine. These formations can be found anywhere in the urinary tract - in the kidneys, ureters and the bladder. Mos...

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This disease is very common among small patients. The main internal organ, which undergoes degenerative changes, is the kidneys. The lack of timely treatment leads to the development of chronic renal failure and to early disability. Glom...

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CRF is caused by the death of a large number of nephrons, which negatively affects the excretory function of the kidneys, and also provokes the development of uremic intoxication. Such a process is irreversible, and eventually leads to the emer...

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Tumors in the adrenal cortex are a fairly rare pathology that occurs in only one or two patients per million population. Disease, as a rule, occurs in adults. The average age at the time of diagnosis is 44 years. Although the tumor is pot...

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Cryptorchidism is called such a phenomeno...

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This ailment is diagnosed in 30-35% of ca...