Publisher. A. Martinez Lorca. Prostate cancer is the most frequent malignant neoplasia and holds third place in mortality among males in many countries.
Original Articles. J.E. Sedano-Basilio, et al. There are no reliable epidemiologic registers of cancer in Mexico. Genitourinary cancer represents 20% of all cancers.
Original Articles. J.E. Ceballos-López, et al. Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PNL) is the standard procedure for kidney stones larger than 2 cm, thus displacing open surgery. The incidence of complications varies from 12.5 to 52.5%, the main ones being fever and bleeding. Aim: To identify the factors associated with complications
Original Articles. J.A. Herrera-Muñoz, et al. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) is a standard procedure for obstructive prostatic growth.
Original Articles. J.E. Sedano-Basilio, et al. Extracorporeal lithotripsy effectiveness is limited in lower calyx stones. Ureteroscopy currently enables complete access to the collecting system.
Original Articles. D.A. Preciado-Estrella, et al. During testicular cancer progression, retroperitoneal activity can condition urinary compression, especially in advanced stages. When this presents, it requires urinary diversion.
Clinical Cases. I. Camacho-Guerrero, et al. Rhabdomyosarcoma is the most common soft tissue sarcoma in childhood, more frequently affecting males, with an incidence of 8 children per one million.
Clinical Case. D.A. Preciado-Estrella, et al. The incidence of bulky kidney tumors has decreased thanks to the widespread use of radiographic studies that enable early diagnosis and treatment. However, there are still cases of giant tumors that are true surgical challenges.
Clinical Cases. A.F. Sánchez-Bermeo, et al. Cancer of the penis presents in individuals between 50 and 70 years of age, representing only 2-5% of the urogenital tumors in men.
Clinical Cases. J.S. Izquierdo-Luna, et al. Leydig cell hyperplasia is a rare benign condition characterized by small, multifocal testicular nodules that are frequently bilateral. Its form can be primary or secondary.
Clinical Cases. I. Jiménez-Vázquez, et al. Mesoblastic nephroma is a tumor that classically appears in childhood, and rarely in the adult. We present herein a case in an adult woman.
Clinical Cases. U. Sánchez-Aquino, et al. Schwannomas are well-encapsulated tumors arising from the peripheral nerve sheaths and they appear in young or middle-aged adults.