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1,6,10,52,54) Bladder IMT is more prone to express keratins than is IMT occurring in other genitourinary tract locations, and, rarely, findings are positive for myogenin or MyoD1.
Evidence-Based Management Of Pediatric Genitourinary Tract Injuries In The ED
Hugh Hampton Young Award : The Hugh Hampton Young Award is presented annually to an individual for outstanding contributions to the study of genitourinary tract disease.
Several studies have described noninfectious necrotizing granulomata in the genitourinary tract following bladder surgery, although most cases are reported in the prostate.
Most of the clinical research on probiotics and nonsexually transmitted genitourinary tract infections in women has involved L.
Studies in the literature showed that small cell carcinoma of the genitourinary tract is rare, and mostly associated with other pathologies.
This reference on evaluating abdominal images covers the full spectrum of common and uncommon problems of the gastrointestinal and genitourinary tract.
This tiny, flask-shaped pathogen has been recognized for 2 decades as a cause of nongonococcal urethritis in men, but only recently have studies begun to suggest an association with upper genitourinary tract disease in women, said Dr.
However, diagnosis outside the genitourinary tract may be difficult because of a lack of awareness, the presence of only a few MG bodies, poor staining of MG bodies on hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) analysis, or a failure to use special stains to enhance the detection of MG bodies.
Cocaine is a human teratogen that causes anomalies of the genitourinary tract, heart, limbs, face, and bowel.
The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases and the NIEHS recently cosponsored a request for applications titled "Cell-Specific Delineation of Prostate and Genitourinary Development" to encourage the development of new research tools and methods to study the development and biology of the prostate and genitourinary tract.
Pharmacologic approaches include reduction of energy uptake from the GI and Genitourinary tract, reduction of food consumption via peripheral mechanisms as well as via signalling to the brain from the GI tract, action in the CNS and reduction of fat mass & regulation of energy metabolism.