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A coleção de Livros e Capítulos de Livros reúne capítulos e resumos de obras produzidas por autores do sistema FMUSP-HC que inclui a Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo (FMUSP), o Hospital das Clínicas da FMUSP e demais institutos associados.


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    Lymphadenectomy in Prostate Cancer: Technique and Outcomes
    (2022) LESTINGI, J. F. P.; SALAS, R. S.; YOSHIOKA, K.; COELHO, R. F.
    Despite recent advances in imaging, pelvic lymph node dissection (PLND) remains the gold standard modality for nodal staging in prostate cancer (PCa) patients. There remains significant debate about PLND: the odds of finding positive pelvic lymph nodes are proportional to the extent of the PLND; however, the therapeutic benefits of more extensive PLND remain an area of controversy, besides the increasing number of surgical risks. This chapter will review indications, techniques, and results of extended pelvic lymphadenectomy (ePLND) in the surgical treatment of PCa patients. Two recent randomized controlled trials comparing extended to limited PLND have not demonstrated differences in early biochemical recurrence. Limited lymphadenectomy significantly underestimates the actual incidence of lymph node metastasis and should no longer be performed for staging. EPLND is currently the gold standard in lymph node staging. It should be reserved for patients at higher risk of lymph node invasion. The oncological role of ePLND is not defined. It can help patients directly (up to two positive lymph nodes), indirectly (select for adjuvant treatments), or may benefit patients with ISUP Gleason Grade in biopsy 3-5. EPLND is also associated with significantly worse intra- and postoperative non-oncological outcomes, such as bleeding, lymphocele, and increased surgical time. The oncological role of salvage lymphadenectomy also is not clear. © The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2022.
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    Incontinência urinária
    (2023) SOUZA, Júlia Duarte de; GOMES, Cristiano Mendes
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    Litíase urinária
    (2023) MARCHINI, Giovanni Scala; MAZZUCCHI, Eduardo
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    Disfunção erétil
    (2023) NASCIMENTO, Bruno Chiesa Gouveia; HALLAK, Jorge; CURY, José
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    Sintomas urinários baixos
    (2023) NAKANO, Elcio Tadashi; ANTUNES, Alberto Azoubel; CORDEIRO, Maurício Dener
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    (2018) SROUGI, Miguel
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    Stone Treatment
    (2012) GOMEZ, P.; PASSEROTTI, C. C.; LEE, R. S.
    The management of urinary calculi in the pediatric population is complex. Large stone burdens may require a multimodal approach. Technological advances have improved the armamentarium to approach the challenges associated with the treatment of pediatric urolithiasis. Detailed imaging, smaller instruments with greater maneuverability, enhanced stone visualization, and improved stone fragmentation all play important roles in the treatment of pediatric stones. The integration of minimally invasive surgery either through laparoscopy or, more recently, robotically assisted laparoscopy (RAL) have been shown to have a role in selected cases. This chapter reviews the management of stone disease in children and describes in detail our surgical technique for RAL lithotomy. © 2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd..
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    Surgical treatment: Robotic simple prostatectomy
    (2017) CARVALHO, P. A. De; COELHO, R. F.
    Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is the most common cause of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in men; the treatment options for this condition have improved in the latest years but LUTS caused by very large prostatic adenoma (>100 g) remains a challenge. Currently, the field of medicine is increasingly incorporating technologies in their clinical practice in order to minimize the surgical invasion, aiming to improve outcomes and decrease complication rates. In sequence, we will describe the main steps of transperitoneal robotic assisted simple prostatectomy (RASP), tips and tricks based on our personal experience and will discuss the main data available in the literature about the topic. © Springer International Publishing AG 2018.
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    Pediatric gynecology for robotic surgery
    (2013) INOUE, G. N. C.; NGUYEN, H. T.
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    Augmentation cystoplasty
    (2019) BRUSCHINI, H.; VASUDEVA, P.; LIAO, L.
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    Urogenital tuberculosis
    (2017) FIGUEIREDO, A.; LUCON, A. M.; SROUGI, M.
    Tuberculosis has a worldwide distribution, without cyclical or seasonal variations and with greater prevalence in regions of high population densities and poor socioeconomic and sanitary status. It is estimated that 30% of the world’s population (1.7 billion people) are carriers of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (1). In spite of the availability of pharmacological treatment and of technological breakthroughs, the last 3 decades have witnessed a recrudescence of the infection due to the emergence of resistant bacilli, human migration, and the AIDS epidemic. In fact, tuberculosis is still a serious challenge to the world public health, chiefly in developing countries (2). © 2017 American Society for Microbiology.
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    Robotic simple prostatectomy: Technical considerations and outcomes
    (2012) COLOMBO, J. R. Jr.; MITRE, A. I.
    The open approach has been the gold standard for simple prostatectomy, either through a retropubic enucleation with an anterior transverse prostatic capsulotomy (Millin) or through a suprapubic transvesical access. The simple laparoscopic prostatectomy may be an alternative to open simple prostatectomy with potentially lower morbidity, lower blood loss, faster recovery, shorter hospital stay, and earlier return to normal activities In 2002, Mariano et al.7 first described the technique for laparoscopic simple prostatectomy that was modified by several authors using both transperitoneal and extraperitoneal approaches. The American Urological Association (AUA) and European Association of Urology (EAU) guidelines suggest that open surgery should be the treatment for prostate volume higher than 80 g. Similarly to others procedures, some skilled urologists have replaced the open simple prostatectomy by the laparoscopic counterpart. Robotics brought contributions to laparoscopic simple prostatectomy allowing the enucleation of adenoma without the need for special devices due to the advantages provided by better visualization and robotic-articulated instruments. It also potentially facilitates hemostatic sutures to control the main prostatic vessels, resulting in reduced intraoperative blood loss. The closure of bladder and/or prostatic capsule is easier with robotic assistance. Robotic simple prostatectomy seems to have a shorter learning curve than pure laparoscopic, what would be a real alternative to a larger number of urologists to perform such a procedure with the minimally invasive approach. The drawbacks of robotic simple prostatectomy are the costs and the preferential transperitoneal approach. Although currently literature is scanty on this subject, multicentric studies with larger numbers of subjects are expected to compare the open, laparoscopic, and robotic simple prostatectomy. © Springer-Verlag London Limited 2012.
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    Management of positive surgical margins following radical prostatectomy
    (2012) SROUGI, M.; COELHO, R. F.; PATEL, V. R.
    The widespread use of prostate specific antigen (PSA) for prostate cancer screening has significantly increased the number of patients diagnosed with the disease. Currently, approximately 90% of patients over 50 years of age with prostate cancer have clinically localized disease.1Although several treatment options (i.e., external radiotherapy, brachytherapy, or cryotherapy) are available for these patients, radical prostatectomy (RP) is still the gold standard treatment, providing an excellent oncological outcome with a significant survival benefit compared to conservative management options. © Springer-Verlag London Limited 2012.
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    Carcinoma da pelve renal e ureter
    (2014) PAZ, Alexandre Rolim da; BILLIS, Athanase; LEITE, Katia Ramos Moreira
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    Neoplasias do rim - carcinoma de células renais
    (2014) LEITE, Katia Ramos Moreira; MALHEIROS, Denise Maria Avancini Costa; FRANCO, Marcello Fabiano de
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    Miguel Srougi
    (2020) SROUGI, Miguel
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    (2019) IVANOVIC, Renato Fidelis; CURY, José; NASCIMENTO, Bruno Gouveia
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    Escroto agudo
    (2019) CEZARINO, Bruno Nicolino; OLIVEIRA, Lorena Marçalo; MESQUITA, José Luis Borges
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    Cólica ureteral
    (2019) TORRICELLI, Fábio C. M.; MARCHINI, Giovanni S.; MAZZUCCHI, Eduardo