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Pediatric Urology

Pediatric Urology Phimosis At the end of the first year of life, retraction of the foreskin behind the glandular sulcus is possible in approximately 50% of boys; this rises to approximately 89% by the age of three years. The incidence…

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Urolithiasis Urolithiasis is the formation of stony concretions in the bladder or urinary tract. Stone incidence depends on geographical, climatic, ethnic, dietary and genetic factors. The recurrence risk is basically determined by the disease or disorder causing the stone formation.…

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Male Hypogonadism

Male Hypogonadism Hypogonadism is characterized by impaired testicular function, which may affect spermatogenesis and/or testosterone synthesis. The symptoms of hypogonadism depend on the degree of androgen deficiency and if the condition develops before or after pubertal development of the secondary…

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Male sexual dysfunction

Male sexual dysfunction Penile erection is a complex phenomenon which implies a delicate and coordinated equilibrium among the neurological, vascular and the smooth muscle compartment. It includes arterial dilation, trabecular smooth muscle relaxation and activation of the corporeal veno-occlusive mechanism.…

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