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  1. Cystitis glandularis a rare benign proliferative disease of the urinary bladder mucosa is usually a microscopic finding and manifests rarely as a large visible macroscopic lesion of urinary bladder. Only few c...

    Authors: Ahsan Ahmad, Md Zaid Imbisat, Nikhil Ranjan, Rajesh Kumar Tiwari, Bipin Kumar and Qurana Khatoon
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2022 28:11
  2. Sarcomatoid carcinoma (also called carcinosarcoma in the latest WHO classification 2016) of the prostate gland is a biphasic malignant neoplasm which exhibits epithelial and mesenchymal differentiation [1]. Sarco...

    Authors: K. I. Jayasinghe and A. H. M. G. B. Abeysinghe
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2022 28:10
  3. Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor (IMT) of the bladder (BIMT) is a rare entity with non-specific symptoms and particular histological features. Though bladder location is very uncommon, it arises from the bla...

    Authors: Roberto F. Villalba Bachur, Mauro Marcelo Meo, Andrés Felipe Córdoba, Joaquin Chemi, Juan J. Camean, Jorge H. Jaunarena, Matias Gonzalez and Gustavo M. Villoldo
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2022 28:8
  4. To clarify the effects of ureterorenoscopy (URS) and shock wave lithotripsy (SWL) on patients’ life quality in the management of distal ureteral stone (DUS) with using Short Form 36 (SF 36).

    Authors: Cem Kezer
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2022 28:7
  5. Globally, prostate cancer (PCa) is the commonest non-cutaneous male malignancy. It is more aggressive among black men with little known reasons as to the cause and continued trend among black men. This disprop...

    Authors: Ridwan Oladotun Ahmed, Vikash Sewram, Adisa Rasaaq Oyesegun, Birhanu Ayele, Abrie van Wyk and Pedro Fernandez
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2022 28:6
  6. Authors: Puskal Kumar Bagchi, Nikhil Saurabh, Mandeep Phukan, Sasanka Kumar Barua, Debanga Sarma and Rajeev Thekumpadam Puthenveetil
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2022 28:5

    The original article was published in African Journal of Urology 2022 28:1

  7. We are reporting a case of culture-proven disseminated Mycobacterium Bovis infection (BCG-Osis), involving lung, bone-marrow and urinary tract, after intravesical Bacillus Calmette–Guérin (BCG) immunotherapy f...

    Authors: Ahmed Ghonaimy, Tariq Qadeer, Sudhir Lohani, John Schofield and Sanjeev Madaan
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2022 28:3
  8. Inflammation plays a very important role in defining the urethral stricture. Inflammatory biomarkers may play an important role in predicting the underlying pathophysiology as well as outcome of surgery. Histo...

    Authors: Puskal Kumar Bagchi, Nikhil Saurabh, Mandeep Phukan, Sasanka Kumar Barua, Debanga Sarma and Rajeev Thekumpadam Puthenveetil
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2022 28:1

    The Correction to this article has been published in African Journal of Urology 2022 28:5

  9. Fournier’s gangrene is an acute soft tissue necrotizing infection involving the perineum and the external genitalia which can result in a major loss of the scrotal wall with exposure of the testicles. Reconstr...

    Authors: Oluwatosin Stephen Ilori, David. A. Onilede, Ademola. A. Popoola, Olorunnisola O. Olatide and Chidi O. Ugwuoke
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:165
  10. Several preoperative factors affect the outcome of Tabularized Incised Plate (TIP) repair. Our aim was to collect and analyze all these factors to define what the most important predictive factors are.

    Authors: Khaled M. Abdelhalim, Hassan A. Abdelwahab, Esam Abdelgawad, Ahmed M. Kadry and Mahmoud H. Sherief
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:164
  11. Fosfomycin tromethamine is recommended (category B) for the treatment of urinary tract infections in pregnant women. We aimed to evaluate the efficacy of single-dose preoperative fosfomycin tromethamine in the...

    Authors: Mohamed Radwan, Ayman Hagras, Salah Nagla, Nareman Elhamamy and Mohammed Abou Farha
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:163
  12. Primary adenocarcinoma of renal pelvis or ureter is rarest (< 1%) among all urothelial tumors. Regrettably, no characteristic symptoms, radiological features and treatment for this tumor are reported. We repor...

    Authors: Shashank Agrawal, Abhishek G. Singh, Ravindra B. Sabnis and Mahesh R. Desai
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:161
  13. Pheochromocytoma and paraganglioma are rare neuroendocrine tumors of the chromaffin tissue, which may produce catecholamines. The aim of our study was to analyze the clinical and para-clinical aspects as well ...

    Authors: Faten Hadj kacem, Ameni Salah, Bilel Fathallah, Khouloud Boujelben, Nadia Charfi and Mohamed Abid
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:160
  14. Hereditary leiomyomatosis-associated renal cell carcinoma (HLRCC) is rare with only 300 families reported to date worldwide. Despite highlighting renal malignancy, it is infamous for its cutaneous and leiomyom...

    Authors: Mohamad Fairuz Mohamad Sharin, Mugialan Pushpanathan, Arvind Vashdev Jagwani, Khairul Asri Mohd Ghani, Saiful Azli Mohd Zainuddin, Noorjehan Omar and Firdaus Hayati
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:159
  15. Posterior urethral valve patients present with varied presentations at any age of life and have significant associated morbidity and require long-term follow-up and care.

    Authors: Rishikesh Velhal, Aadhar Jain, Anveshi Nayan, Sujata Patwardhan and Bhushan Patil
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:158
  16. The mainstay for the diagnosis of prostate cancer is transrectal ultrasound-guided prostate biopsy. However, prostate biopsy is associated with a significant risk of complications including urinary tract infectio...

    Authors: Chinonso Odo, Emmanuel Nwali Afogu, Charles Azuwuike Odoemene, Anselm Okwudili Obi, Timothy Uzoma Mbaeri, Emmanuel Ahuizechukwu Obiesie, Chike John Okeke, Ugochukwu Uzodimma Nnadozie and Augustine Obasi Ulebe
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:157
  17. Hypospadias is the second most frequent congenital condition in boys after cryptorchidism, with an incidence of 0.3–0.7% compared to 2–4% for cryptorchidism. Since the 1980s, single-stage operations, such as t...

    Authors: Modou Ndiaye, Yaya Sow, Alioune Sarr, Amath Thiam, Samba Thiapato Faye, Ndiaga Seck Ndour, Babacar Sine, Cyrille Zé-Ondo, Ousmane Sow, Abdoulaye Ndiath, Aboubacar Traore, Ndeye Aissatou Bagayogo, Boubacar Fall, Babacar Diao, Papa Ahmed Fall and Alain Khassim Ndoye
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:156
  18. Extraction of DNA and RNA from formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue blocks is a critical process in molecular oncology testing. Using FFPE, it is possible to choose the portion of tissue to study, ta...

    Authors: Rafael Parra-Medina and Sandra Ramírez-Clavijo
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:154
  19. Urethral prolapse (UP) is a rare, benign condition that often goes misdiagnosed and mistreated. It consists of the eversion of the distal urethral mucosa through the outer urethral meatus, leading to vascular ...

    Authors: Salah Eddine Oussama Kacimi, Mohammad Aloulou, Ranim Naoum, Mohammed Moumeni, Abdallah Kaddour and Mohammed Said ElSheemy
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:153
  20. To compare the outcomes between classic tubularized incised plate (C-TIP), known as Snodgrass urethroplasty, and grafted TIP (G-TIP) in the repair of primary distal penile hypospadias.

    Authors: Shabib Ahmed, Yasser A. Noureldin, Hammoda Sherif, Ahmed Zahran and Rabea Omar
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:152
  21. Laparoscopic donor nephrectomy (LDN) has been established as a surgical standard for living kidney donation. The aim of this work is to report our own experience with LDN regarding outcome and technique.

    Authors: Osama Zaytoun, Moustafa Elsawy, Kareem Ateba, Ayman Khalifa, Ahmed Hamdy and Ahmed Mostafa
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:151
  22. The management of Von Hippel–Lindau syndrome (VHLS) is multidisciplinary. The urologist is involved in treating the renal, epididymal tumors and often adrenal pheochromocytoma. Preservation of renal and adrena...

    Authors: Selvin Theodore Jayanth, Partho Mukherjee, Arun Jacob Philip George, J. Chandrasingh, T. J. Nirmal, Rajiv Paul Mukha, Santosh Kumar and Antony Devasia
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:150
  23. Scrotal abscesses are common skin abscesses seen in the general population; however, intraperitoneal abscesses tracking into the scrotum are rare. Intraperitoneal and retroperitoneal abscesses contiguous with ...

    Authors: Julia T. Scali, Young G. Son, Ian T. Madison, Benjamin A. Fink and Thomas J. Mueller
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:149
  24. The incidental detection of small renal masses (SRMs) is increasing and biopsy to obtain pathological diagnosis is increasingly proposed as a diagnostic tool to guide further management. Renal mass biopsies ar...

    Authors: Justin Kwong, Gary May and Michael Ordon
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:148
  25. Overall incidence of stones in kidney transplant recipients is 1%. En-bloc kidney transplant is a rare anatomical condition in which kidney stones treatment can be extremely difficult to treat. As far as we kn...

    Authors: Diego Santillán, Jordan Ceferino Scherñuk Schroh, Patricia Andrea Gutierrez, Franco Thomas, Federico Ignacio Tirapegui, Juan Moldes, Christian Cristallo and Mariano Sebastian González
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:147
  26. Urolithiasis is a pathology that changes with time and with the evolution of human societies. The prevalence of this pathology has gradually increased during the last decades, especially because of dietary cha...

    Authors: Khayra Sbahi, Brahim Kacem, Randa Talhi, Aicha Azaiz, Abderahmane Attar and Ahmed Addou
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:146
  27. Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) is a complex surgery and has a flat learning curve. Due to this and the ethical issues, trainees do not get enough hands on exposure. Virtual simulator is very expensive and...

    Authors: Abhishek Shukla, Gurwinder Sethi, Ananya Dutta, Puneet Aggarwal and Ayon Gupta
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:143
  28. Intrauterine copper devices are a popular type of contraceptives, being in use for a long time. Migration of IUCD into the bladder is one of the many side effects of this contraceptive measure. Though a rare p...

    Authors: Shoaib Muhammad, Amman Yousaf, Mihir Tejanshu Shah, Rabia Nazim and Arif Qayyum
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:142
  29. The literature review provides a concise and detailed description of the available and published data on the investigated research problem. The study summarizes findings over the last 100 years regarding clini...

    Authors: Snezana M. Jovicic
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:141
  30. Richter’s syndrome is the transformation of indolent lymphoma into an aggressive form, most commonly diffuse large B cell lymphoma. Most patients are known to have chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Richter’s syndr...

    Authors: Elsayed Desouky, Wassim Al-Salti and Muhammad Khan
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:139
  31. Urethral calculi are rare, representing 1–2% of all calculi affecting the urinary tract. Impacted urethra calculi are commoner in males due to anatomical differences between the male and female urethra. The tr...

    Authors: Babatunde K. Hamza, Ahmad Bello, Musliu Adetola Tolani, Jerry G. Makama and Nuhu Yusuf
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:138
  32. Primary bladder neck obstruction (PBNO) is one of the causes of bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) and rarely results in renal failure. We are presenting the clinical characteristics of young male patients with ...

    Authors: Adem Emrah Coguplugil, Bahadir Topuz, Turgay Ebiloglu, Murat Zor and Mesut Gurdal
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:137
  33. Many work activities such as leather tanning include hazards to work. Among these, biological hazards are particularly important and pose a serious problem to human health and environment. The aims of this stu...

    Authors: Arhoune Ilham, Hoummani Hasnae, Arhoune Btissam, Belaroussi Leila, El Fakir Samira and Achour Sanae
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:136
  34. Prostate biopsy is a commonly performed outpatient procedure in urology. It is a rapidly changing field with wide variation in practice pattern. The aim of this study is to document the current practice of pro...

    Authors: Taofiq O. Mohammed, Abdulwahab A. Ajape, Suleiman A. Kuranga, Hamid B. Olanipekun and Tolulope T. Ogunfowora
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:135
  35. Obstructed defecation is a common pelvic floor medical problem among adult population. Pelvic floor disorders were reported to be associated with sexual dysfunction including erectile dysfunction among male pa...

    Authors: Mervat Sheta Elsawy and Emmanuel Kamal Aziz Saba
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:134
  36. Venous thromboembolism (VTE) is an important cause of post-surgical morbidity and mortality. This study aimed to apply a validated risk assessment model to evaluate the risk of post-operative VTE in urology pa...

    Authors: Winston Paul René Padayachee, Mohamed Haffejee and Marietha Nel
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:133
  37. Surgical correction of the webbed penis is challenging. We presented the safety and feasibility of webbed penis correction for neonates under local anesthesia using a simple principle of leaving equal cylindri...

    Authors: Osama Abdullah Bawazir, Obada Alladh Alhallaq, Bashair Albayhani and Abdullah Bawazir
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:132
  38. Isolated scrotal gunshot injuries are uncommon. Even more so when they are self-inflicted. The extent of the injury is determined by the caliber of the weapon. Established management protocols when followed yi...

    Authors: Albert Efiong Ukpong, Okon Edet Akaiso, Elijah Asuquo Udo, Ifiok Udo Essiet, Oto-bong Okpoho Peter and Ifiok Paul Etim
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:130
  39. Although open radical prostatectomy has been used in the treatment of localized prostate cancer for a long time, minimally invasive surgical approaches such as laparoscopic radical prostatectomy and robot-assi...

    Authors: Ahmet Semih Guleser, Yasar Basaga and Mert Ali Karadag
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:129
  40. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is commonly found in the aging male. Treatment of BPH can be in form of conservative or surgical intervention. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) is the gold-stan...

    Authors: Ihsan Azka Adriansyah, Andika Afriansyah, Moammar Andar Roemare Siregar, Nugroho Purnomo, Hendy Mirza and Doddy Hami Seno
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:128
  41. Female urethral stricture (FUS) is an uncommon cause of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in women. Reconstructive techniques are being increasingly used for strictures resistant to the more conservative for...

    Authors: Varun Kumar Katiyar, Rajeev Sood, Anurag Singla, Hemant Kumar Goel, Nikhil Khattar and Varun Gunavanthe
    Citation: African Journal of Urology 2021 27:127

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