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2010 Vol. 63 No. 1

Review Paper10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art1
In Memory of Stefan Wesołowski (1908-2010)
Andrzej Borkowski

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Review Paper10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art2
Tissue factor, its biological function and role in the etiology of prostate cancer
Jacek Jastrzębski, Maria Kotschy, Jerzy Sokołowski, Wojciech Witkiewicz

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10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art3
The significance of P53 gene codons 72 and 213 polymorphisms in urinary bladder cancer in Central Poland
Edyta Borkowska, Magdalena Traczyk, Michał Pietrusiński, Józef Matych, Bogdan Kałużewski

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10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art4
Can we consider temporary, preoperative active observation in patients with kidney tumors up to 3 cm in order to decrease the number of patients over-treated with NSS - nephron sparing surgery?
Mieczysław Fryczkowski, Piotr Bryniarski, Grzegorz Prokopowicz, Andrzej Paradysz

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10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art5
A comparison of tumor progression in patients with simultaneous prostate cancer and prostate premalignant condition to patients with prostate cancer alone
Mieczysław Fryczkowski, Maciej Szczębara, Andrzej Kupilas, Aleksandra Sitko-Saucha, Andrzej Paradysz

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10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art6
Effect of external environmental factors on PSA concentration
Roman Sosnowski, Maria Kowalska, Agata Wlazło, Janina Kamińska, Wojciech Michalski, Tomasz Demkow

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Original Basic Research And Clinical Articles2009-12-11
10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art7
Laparoscopic pyeloplasty is also successful in patients with duplicated collecting systems
Joerg Seibold, Christian Schwentner, David Schilling, Aristotelis Anastasiadis, Daniela Colleselli, Arnulf Stenzl, Christoph Antwerpen, Stefan Corvin
Laparoscopic pyeloplasty has been proven to be an effective and minimally-invasive technique in the treatment of ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction. However, only case-reports are available about the use of this technique in patients with duplicated collecting systems.

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10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art8
Doxazosin mesylate affects localization of endothelin-1 in prostatic tissues
Stanisław Wroński, Dariusz Grzanka, Halina Wiśniewska, Jadwiga Korenkiewicz, Andrzej Marszałek

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10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art9
Effects of leptin on p53 expression and apoptosis in ischemia reperfusion induced renal injury
Aysegul Kucuk, Nilufer Erkasap, Murat Tosun, Kenan Kinaci, Ezgi Erdal

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Case Report10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art10
Ovarian-type epithelial tumor of the testis - case report and literature review
Agnieszka Kołacińska, Robert Kubiak, Zbigniew Morawiec, Radzisław Kordek

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Case Report10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art11
Angiofibroma of the scrotum. Differential diagnosis of hydrocele
Bolesław Kuzaka, Tomasz Borkowski, Roman Pykało

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Case Report10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art12
Rare case of a giant well-differentiated retroperitoneal liposarcoma
Radosław Starownik, Krzysztof Bar, Jacek Kiś, Jerzy Michalak, Paweł Płaza

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Case Report2009-09-21
10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art13
INFLAMMATORY MYOFIBROBLASTIC TUMOR OF THE KIDNEY: A CASE REPORT AND REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Rosely de los Santos, Devendar Katkoori, Merce Jorda, Murugesan Manoharan
Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor (IMT) is an uncommon tumor believed to be benign and can arise in various organs. We report a case of renal IMT in a 7-year lady with right upper quadrant abdominal pain. Computerized tomography showed a .5 cm upper pole renal mass, consistent with a renal cell carcinoma. Subsequently a laparoscopic right radical nephrectomy was performed. Pathology revealed an unusual lesion consisting of spindle cells having prominent nucleoli, with plasma cells and lymphocytes throughout the lesion

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Case Report2009-12-11
10.5173/ceju.2010.01.art14
Idiopathic Scrotal, Penile and Perineum Elephantiasis - Successful Surgical Treatment. Case Report
Andrzej Paradysz, Grzegorz Prokopowicz, Małgorzata Pindycka-Piaszczyńska, Piotr Bryniarski, Marcin Życzkowski
Scrotal elephantiasis is both emotionally distressing and physically disabling, caused by chronic lymphoedema created by obstruction, aplasia or hypoplasia of lymphatic vessels. We present a case of the patient with massive scrotal, penile and perineum elephantiasis of unexplained reason and discuss the diagnostic and therapeutic approach. The patient underwent four-stage repair: subtotal scrotectomy saving penis, testes and spermatic cords followed by scrotal and penile reconstruction with adequate cosmetic and functional outcome.

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