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2011Transurethral injection therapy with carbon-coated beads (Durasphere (R)) for treatment of recurrent pyelonephritis in kidney transplant patients with vesico-ureteral reflux to the allograftANTONOPOULOS, Ioannis M.; PIOVESAN, Affonso C.; FALCI JR., Renato; KANASHIRO, Hideki; SAITO, Fernando J. A.; NAHAS, William C.
2011C4d staining in post-reperfusion renal biopsy is not useful for the early detection of antibody-mediated rejection when CDC crossmatching is negativeDAVID-NETO, Elias; DAVID, Daisa S. R.; GINANI, Giordano F.; RODRIGUES, Helcio; SOUZA, Patricia S.; CASTRO, Maria Cristina R.; KANASHIRO, Hideki; SAITO, Fernando; FALCI JR., Renato; ANTONOPOULOS, Ioannis M.; PIOVESAN, Afonso Celso; NAHAS, William C.
2019ROBOT-ASSISTED EXTENDED PELVIC LYMPH NODE DISSECTION IN PROSTATE CANCER, WHEN AND HOW?SIERRA, Pablo S.; LESTINGI, Jean F. P.; ALBUQUERQUE, Emanuel V.; PONTES JR., Jose; CARVALHO, Paulo A. de; CAVALCANTE, Alexandre; GUGLIELMETTI, Giuliano B.; NAHAS, William C.; COELHO, Rafael F.
2021Reply to Alberto Briganti, Giorgio Gandaglia, Markus Graefen, Steven Joniau, R. Jeffrey Karnes, and Francesco Montorsi's Letter to the Editor re: Jean FP Lestingi, Giuliano B. Guglielmetti, Quoc-Dien Trinh, et al. Extended Versus Limited Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection During Radical Prostatectomy for Intermediate- and High-risk Prostate Cancer: Early Oncological Outcomes from a Randomized Phase 3 Eur Urol 2021;79:595-604. Time for a Change? Clinically Meaningful Reasons Why We Will Continue Performing Extended Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection in Selected Patients with Prostate CancerLESTINGI, Jean F. P.; Quoc-Dien Trinh; COELHO, Rafael F.; PONTES JR., Jose; BASTOS, Diogo A.; NAHAS, William C.
2020Oncologic Outcomes in Young Adults With Kidney Cancer Treated During the Targeted Therapy EraSIERRA, Pablo S.; CORDEIRO, Mauricio D.; V, Emanuel Albuquerque; BASTOS, Diogo A.; BONADIO, Renata C.; SARKIS, Alvaro S.; CAVALCANTE, Alexandre; PONTES JR., Jose; COELHO, Rafael F.; NAHAS, William C.
2021Response to Giusti et al. re ""Prospective Evaluation of Bilateral Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery: Is It Really Safe?""DANILOVIC, Alexandre; TORRICELLI, Fabio Cesar Miranda; MARCHINI, Giovanni Scala; BATAGELLO, Carlos; VICENTINI, Fabio Carvalho; TRAXER, Olivier; SROUGI, Miguel; NAHAS, William C.; MAZZUCCHI, Eduardo
2020Retrograde Release of the Neurovascular Bundle with Preservation of Dorsal Venous Complex During Robot -assisted Radical Prostatectomy: Optimizing Functional OutcomesCARVALHO, Paulo Afonso de; BARBOSA, Joao A. B. A.; GUGLIELMETTI, Giuliano B.; CORDEIRO, Mauricio Dener; ROCCO, Bernardo; NAHAS, William C.; PATEL, Vipul; COELHO, Rafael Ferreira
2019Size is Not Everything That Matters: Preoperative CT Predictors of Stone Free After RIRSDANILOVIC, Alexandre; ROCHA, Bruno Aragao; TORRICELLI, Fabio Cesar Miranda; MARCHINI, Giovanni Scala; BATAGELLO, Carlos; VICENTINI, Fabio Carvalho; TRAXER, Olivier; VIANA, Publio Cesar Cavalcante; SROUGI, Miguel; NAHAS, William C.; MAZZUCCHI, Eduardo
2016THE PAINFUL PELVIC SYMPTOMS IN AGING MEN. THE RESULTS OF POPULATION-BASED SAMPLE OF MENNAKANO, Elcio; CONTI, Paulo Sajovic de; YOSHINAGA, Eduardo Muracca; NAHAS, William C.; SROUGI, Miguel; ANTUNES, Alberto
2017Value of 3-Tesla multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging and targeted biopsy for improved risk stratification in patients considered for active surveillancePESSOA, Rodrigo R.; VIANA, Publio C.; MATTEDI, Romulo L.; GUGLIELMETTI, Giuliano B.; CORDEIRO, Mauricio D.; COELHO, Rafael F.; NAHAS, William C.; SROUGI, Miguel