LIM/55 - Laboratório de Urologia

O Laboratório de Urologia é ligado ao Departamento de Cirurgia da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo (FMUSP).

Linhas de pesquisa: determinação de fatores prognósticos no câncer urogenital; estabelecimento de linhagens tumorais para estudos in vitro de novos fármacos para o tratamento do carcinoma urogenital; desenvolvimento de modelos animais de tumores urogenitais para estudos in vivo; desenvolvimento de fármacos para o tratamento da disfunção erétil; disfunção miccional; integração de novos tecidos, técnicas e materiais biológicos na reconstrução do trato urinário.

Site oficial: http://limhc.fm.usp.br/portal/lim55-laboratorio-de-urologia/

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Recent Submissions

  1. THE RELATION BETWEEN THE DIET AND THE DIVERTICULITIS PATHOPHYSIOLOGY: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW

    ARQUIVOS DE GASTROENTEROLOGIA, v.58, n.3, p.394-398, 2021

    ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Diverticulitis is an acute inflammatory process that affects individuals with diverticular disease. Given the sharp increase in the diagnostic rate of such a pathological process, there was also an increased interest in elucidating the possible causes related to the developme...

  2. Metabolic assessment in pure struvite stones formers: is it necessary?

    BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF NEPHROLOGY, v.43, n.2, p.200-206, 2021

    Abstract Background and objective: Magnesium ammonium phosphate stones (MAP), also known as struvite stones, are associated with urinary infection and impairment of renal unit. The aim of this study is to evaluate the urinary metabolic risk factors for recurrence of renal calculi in patients subm...

  3. PSA density of the lesion: a mathematical formula that uses clinical and pathological data to predict biochemical recurrence in prostate cancer patients

    REVISTA DO COLéGIO BRASILEIRO DE CIRURGIõES, v.48, p.e20212965, 2021

    ABSTRACT A main challenge in the clinical management of prostate cancer is to identify which tumor is aggressive and needs invasive treatment. Thus, being able to predict which cancer will progress to biochemical recurrence is a great strategy to stratify prostate cancer patients. With that in mi...

  4. Comparative analysis of kidney transplant costs related to recovery of renal function after the procedure

    BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF NEPHROLOGY, v.43, n.3, p.375-382, 2021

    Abstract Introduction: The number of kidney transplants (KTx) is increasing in Brazil and, consequently, the costs of this procedure increase the country's health budget. We retrospectively evaluated the data of kidney transplant procedures until hospital discharge, according to kidney function r...

  5. Self-reported Feelings of Adult Patients with Differences of Sex Development (DSD) Regarding Genital Surgical Procedures

    HORMONE RESEARCH IN PAEDIATRICS, v.94, n.SUPPL 1, suppl.1, p.377-378, 2021

  6. Randomized controlled trial comparing holmium laser en-bloc resection with monopolar transurethral resection in patients with large bladder tumors

    EUROPEAN UROLOGY, v.79, suppl.1, p.S1216-S1216, 2021

  7. Is partial cistectomy safe for non-urologic malignant tumors invading bladder wall? A ten year follow-up report

    EUROPEAN UROLOGY, v.79, suppl.1, p.S969-S969, 2021

  8. VIRTUE MALE SLING FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE IN MEN WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY: A PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION AND SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES

    NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS, v.40, suppl.1, Special Issue, p.S210-S211, 2021

  9. Consensus on Prostate Cancer Treatment of Localized Disease With Very Low, Low, and Intermediate Risk: A Report From the First Prostate Cancer Consensus Conference for Developing Countries (PCCCDC)

    JCO GLOBAL ONCOLOGY, v.7, p.523-529, 2021

    PURPOSE A group of international urology and medical oncology experts developed and completed a survey on prostate cancer (PCa) in developing countries. The results are reviewed and summarized, and recommendations on consensus statements for very low-, low-, and intermediate-risk PCa focused on d...

  10. Case 297

    RADIOLOGY, v.300, n.3, p.725-729, 2021

    History A 70-year-old man was referred to our institution with chronic obstructive urinary symptoms and constipation for 2 years before admission. His medical history was unremarkable. Outside laboratory tests revealed an elevated serum prostate-specific antigen level (21.7 ng/mL [normal range, 0...