BOAJ Urology & Nephrology

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Published Articles

Fournier's Gangrene in a Woman

Fournier's gangrene is a necrotizing fasciitis that affects the perineal, genital, or perianal regions. It affects mostly men, rare cases of women have already been described. Here we report the case of a 63-year-old diabetic patient who went under surgery 10 days ago for a vaginal cancer (total colpectomy), which is taken to the emergency room for an infection of the operating site. ...

Giant Infected Spermatic Cord Cyst

Spermatic cord cysts are benign tumors usually delimited by a thin membrane and containing liquid, located between the head of epididymis and the external inguinal ring. It is rare to find an infected content. We report the case of Mr. T.G., 71 years old, smoker, with no previous medical history. He consulted the E.R. for a scrotal swelling since 10 years, with pain and fever ...

Radiologically Visible Kidney Stone's Concentric and Radial Layers

All the steps leading to the formation of urolithiasis define lithogenesis. These steps are well known: saturation and super saturation of urine, (homogeneous or heterogeneous) nucleation, crystal aggregation and growth, crystal retention and stone formation. The growth rate of kidney renal stone can be very variable, depending ...

Pathognomonic Picture of Tuberculosis in the Genitourinary Tract

Tuberculosis affects one-third of the world's population, nearly 10% of whom are infected with the AIDS virus. There is a close relationship with the HIV pandemic. The average age of the affected subjects is 40 years. The riskf actors are mainly HIV, tobacco and alcohol. Extrapulmonary involvement is becoming more ...

A Rare Case of Renocolic Fistula

Uro-digestive fistulas represent abnormal communication between the urinary tract and the digestive tract. They can be high intraperitoneally mainly enterovetic or low subperitoneal urethro-prostato-rectal. We report the case of a patient presenting pneumaturia, occurring at the end of urination, with foamy urines. ...

Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Penis about a Case to the Hospital Military Training Rabat Mohamed V

We report a case of penis cancer at the military hospital in rabat in a 58-year-old patient with no particular history. The symptoms were marked by the appearance of an isolated chancre on the ventral surface of the penis, initially not painful but itchy and then painful when touched. The diagnosis of squamous cell carcinoma was confirmed after biopsy. ...

Ureteral Pyelo Duplication associated with Controlateral UretralPyelo Bifidity about 1 Case

Ureteral malformations are rare, often asymptomatic and without consequences; they can have an impact on kidney function.We report a case of several associated ureteral malformations in a 34-yearold patient. Following chronic low back pain, several imaging examinations had objectified a pyelo-ureteral duplication ...