Edson David Rodríguez-Valle
Hospital General de México
AnatomyFoleyCorrelationInternal medicineUreteric budKoilocyteSurgeryCurrent (fluid)DermatologyCircumferenceRetrospective cohort studyRandomizationPenile fractureWaistUreterGlansPerineural invasionPenile cancerEjaculatory ductPenisVas deferensGlans penisUrethral strictureLymphovascular invasionPeyronie's diseaseLower urinary tract symptomsRare diseaseErectile dysfunctionBody mass indexFoley catheterCystAtresiaSeminal vesicleMarital statusFrequent infectionsGynecologySexual behaviorMechanism of injuryIn patientPatient ageFavorable outcomeWaist–hip ratioIncidence (epidemiology)Confidence intervalObesityMedicineMesonephric duct
Publications 8
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVE:Mexico holds first place worldwide in obesity in children and adults. Different studies have demonstrated the probable relation of obesity, waist circumference, and body ...
Background: Squamous cell carcinoma of the penis is considered a rare disease in developed countries, accounting for 0.4-0.6% of the malignant tumors in men, but the figure increases to 10-20% in developing countries. Ninety-five percent of penile cancers correspond to squamous cell carcinoma and the outstanding risk factors are phimosis, smoking, and human papillomavirus infection. Objective: To describe the clinical and pathologic characteristics of patients diagnosed with penile cancer. Mater...
Clinical case description: A 38-year-old man initially presented with anuria secondary to a right solitary kidney and a stone in the lower third of the ureter that was resolved through laser ureterolithotripsy. As part of his evaluation, extension studies were performed that identified a cyst in the left seminal vesicle. Relevance: Due to the mutual embryologic origins of the seminal vesicle, vas deferens, and ureteric bud, developmental alterations of the mesonephric duct (Wolffian duct) and th...
Background: Catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) are the most frequent cause of infection related to healthcare. There are different strategies for preventing them and new ones, such as BIP Foley catheters (catheters coated in silver, gold, and palladium), should be considered as an alternative in reducing said infections. Aims: To compare the incidence of CAUTIs in patients with BIP Foley catheters versus conventional Foley catheters. Materials and methods: A double-blind clini...
#1Luis Daniel Carrillo Córdova (HGM: Hospital General de México)H-Index: 5
Last. Jorge Jaspersen-GastelumH-Index: 1
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La eyaculacion precoz es el trastorno sexual masculino mas comun, puede clasificarse en eyaculacion precoz permanente o adquirida, cuyo mecanismo de origen aun se desconoce. Durante la actividad sexual pueden identificarse cuatro eventos en la respuesta normal: 1) ereccion, 2) emision, 3) eyaculacion y 4) orgasmo. Cuando la eyaculacion precoz genera pocos sintomas, el tratamiento debe limitarse a la orientacion psicosexual. Varias tecnicas de comportamiento han demostrado beneficio en el tratami...
#1Jorge Esteban Magaña-González (HGM: Hospital General de México)
#2Juan Eduardo Sánchez-Núñez (HGM: Hospital General de México)H-Index: 1
Last. Eloy Rico-Frontana (HGM: Hospital General de México)
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Background: Penile fracture is a urologic emergency and is defined as the rupture of the tunica albuginea of the cavernous body in erection, with or without urethral involvement. The aim of the present study was to describe the preservation of erectile function in patients with a history of penile fracture managed through surgical repair. Methods: An observational, descriptive, analytic, and retrospective study was conducted on 32 patients diagnosed with penile fracture that were seen at the Uro...