Desmopressin Withdrawal Strategy for Pediatric Enuresis: A Meta-analysis

Silangcruz JM, Chua ME, Chang SJ, Yang SS, Williams K, Saunders M, Lopes RI, Farhat WA

A critical review of recent clinical practice guidelines on the diagnosis and treatment of non-neurogenic male lower urinary tract symptoms

Saturnino, Jr. Luna, Silangcruz JM, Chua ME, Mendoza J, See M 4th, Esmena E, Aguila D, Reyes BJ, Luna S Jr, Morales M Jr.

IMRT for Prostate Cancer: St Luke’s Medical Center Experience

To report our experience on the use of intensity modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) in the treatment of prostate cancer, its associated acute gastrointestinal (GI) and genitourinary (GU) toxicities, the changes noted between pre-treatment and post-treatment PSA levels and 1 year actuarial survival.

Idiopathic nontraumatic adrenal hematoma: a case report

This is a report of a rare case of an adrenal hematoma presenting as an incidentally detected abdominal mass in an otherwise asymptomatic patient, not associated with a neoplastic growth, a history of trauma or a coagulation disorder. The preoperative computed tomography findings were of a heterogeneously enhancing lobulated mass, thus prompting adrenalectomy for suspicion of malignancy. The surgical specimen, appearing intraoperatively to be a tumor with an attached adrenal ...

Microscopic hematuria: Its correlation with cystoscopic findings in menopausal women

Patients who present with microscopic hematuria often undergo cystoscopic and histopathologic evaluation in order to rule out urothelial tumors. It was the objective of this study to valide this clinical practice among menopausal women who underwent cystoscopy at our institution.

Outcomes of laparoscopic adrenalectomy vs. open adrenalectomy in two tertiary Filipino hospitals: a retrospective study

The aim of this study was to compare the eight-year experience of two tertiary centers in open and laparoscopic adrenalectomy in terms of operating time, blood loss, post-operative complications and length of hospital stay.

Initial experience of one institution with transurethral resection of the prostate in saline: first 15 cases

Kim Anthony M. Soronio, Francis John C. Pile, Kay C. Rivera

The introduction of transurethral resection in saline offers a new alternative to monopolar transurethral resection of the prostate. This study aims to evaluate TURIS in one institution for future comparison and for comparison with initial experience with TURIS in other published studies.