Urology

Publication Title: 
Der Urologe. Ausg. A

The growth of the city's population, rapid advances in medical science, the increasing understanding of the importance of hygiene and, finally, the demand for health care led to the erection of a modern 353-bed municipal hospital complex at Pommerensdorf, Apfelallee, which was officially opened in 1879. From the very beginning of its existence, the municipal hospital was constantly in the process of extension and rebuilding. A hospital base was set up and new departments and clinics were opened. In 1937, the number of the hospital beds had increased to 1,004.

Author(s): 
Zajaczkowski, T.
Wojewski-Zajaczkowski, E. M.
Publication Title: 
Archivos Espanoles De Urologia

OBJECTIVES: To review the biography and scientific contributions of Dr. Angel Pulido Martin, fourth chairman of the Department of Urology at the Hospital Provincial of Madrid, and formerly at the Urology Clinic at the San Juan de Dios Hospital of Madrid. In addition, to show a panoramic view on how doctors who obtained scholarships to study outside Spain were trained in a specialty at the beginning of the 20th century. METHODS: We reviewed memoirs books from Dr. Pulido Martin ("Medical letters", "Dr. Pulido and his time", and "Memoirs of a doctor"), his Ph.D.

Author(s): 
S·iz Carrero, Ata˙lfo
Publication Title: 
Archivos Espanoles De Urologia

OBJECTIVES: To review the biography and scientific contributions of Dr. Angel Pulido Martin, fourth chairman of the Department of Urology at the Hospital Provincial of Madrid, and formerly at the Urology Clinic at the San Juan de Dios Hospital of Madrid. In addition, to show a panoramic view on how doctors who obtained scholarships to study outside Spain were trained in a specialty at the beginning of the 20th century. METHODS: We reviewed memoirs books from Dr. Pulido Martin ("Medical letters", "Dr. Pulido and his time", and "Memoirs of a doctor"), his Ph.D.

Author(s): 
S·iz Carrero, Ata˙lfo
Publication Title: 
Archivos Espanoles De Urologia

OBJECTIVES: To assess the level of satisfaction with the care provided to hospitalized patients in the Department of Urology at 12 de Octubre Hospital and analyze demographic and clinical factors influencing satisfaction. METHODS: A cross-sectional study was carried out using the SERVQHOS questionnaire, delivered at the time of discharge. A data sheet for each patient was collected, which included if they undergone surgery, type of surgery and whether or not presented postoperative complications, rated by the Clavien scale. RESULTS: 479 surveys were collected, with a participation of 92%.

Author(s): 
Arrebola-Pajares, Ana
Tejido-Sanchez, Angel
JimÈnez-Alcaide, Estibaliz
Medina-Polo, Jose
Perez-Cadavid, Santiago
Guerrero-Ramos, Felix
Passas-MartÌnez, Juan Bautista
DÌaz-Gonz·lez, Rafael
Publication Title: 
The Journal of Sexual Medicine

Adrian Zorgniotti was born on March 3, 1925 and died on July 6, 1994. During his 47 years as a physician, he brought innovation and imagination to the field of Urology, especially in the field of erectile dysfunction (ED). Biographical information was obtained from Dr. Zorgniotti's curriculum vitae, his published articles, and his eulogies. Several of his colleagues and peers were also interviewed by telephone. In addition, personal experiences of this author, from the 9 years we spent as associates, and of several other friends were recounted. Dr.

Author(s): 
Lizza, Eli F.
Publication Title: 
Southern Medical Journal
Author(s): 
Nicolai, C. H.
Publication Title: 
Der Urologe. Ausg. A

Ayurveda is from a global viewpoint the oldest and the most employed traditional form of medicine in India. The difference to western medicine is that this form of medicine is based on experience, empirical evidence and intuition accumulated over thousands of years and passed down through generations orally as well as by sketches. Ayurveda is not only concerned with the physical but also with the spiritual aspects of the body and according to this doctrine most diseases result from psychological and pathological alterations in the body.

Author(s): 
Mani, J.
Kumar, S.
Dobos, G. J.
Haferkamp, A.
Publication Title: 
Urology

OBJECTIVES: To establish diagnostic and treatment practices for chronic prostatitis (CP) by surveying Chinese urologists. METHODS: A sample of 656 Chinese urologists from 29 provinces was surveyed using a questionnaire that explored attitudes and diagnostic and treatment patterns in the management of CP. RESULTS: A total of 627 (95.6%) urologists responded with valid questionnaires. More than one-third of the urologists were still not familiar with the National Institutes of Health's diagnostic categories. Only a minority of urologists perform specific lower urinary tract cultures.

Author(s): 
Yang, Jinrui
Liu, Longfei
Xie, Hui Wen
Ginsberg, David A.
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