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AuthorMurphy, Gerald P. author
TitleUrological Research [electronic resource] / by Gerald P. Murphy
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1972
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Descript XIV, 222 p. online resource


Education, patient care, and research combine into the expression of what is known as a university center: a place of learning, a place of development, a place of patient care and cure, a place of compassion, a place of progress. Many centers reflect to the highest degree all of these qualities. Those of us within this volume wish to give testimony to the urological center developed, designed, and cared for by Dr. William Wallace Scott. This man, in our opinion, reflects all of the preceding features to the highest degree. We in Urology have benefited greatly by his leadership and counsel. Herein will be found articles on patient care, research, education, and historical vignettes. These can hardly be a measure of the man but serve to underline modern progress in Urology and clinical research. LOWELL R. KING, M. D. GERALD P. MURPHY, M. D. , D. Sc. v Patrons DR. J. ARCADI DR. J. M. HOLLAND DR. W. BRANNAN DR. W. J. HOPKINS DR. H. BRENDLER DR. W. J. KEARNS DR. H. J. BRADLEY DR. L. R. KING DR. R. W. BRIDGE DR. B. KosTO DR. W. W. S. BUTLER DR. A. MITTELMAN DR. R. L. CALHOUN DR. G . P. MURPHY DR. W. A. CAMPBELL DR. I. J. NUDELMAN DR. D. M. DAVIS DR. L. PERSKY DR. J. N. DE KLERK DR. R. B. ROTH DR. R. M. ENGEL DR. P. L. SCARDINO DR. R. P. FINNEY DR. J. D. SCHMIDT DR. R. P. GIBBONS DR. J. H


Scientific Papers -- Technology of Induction of Cancer in Rat with Pulse-Doses of Homogenized Hydrocarbons -- Nature and Control of Biochemical Pathways for the Origin of Prostatic Polyamines -- Stilbestrol Antibodies in Prostatic Cancer -- Human and Canine Prostatic Metabolism of Testosterone-4-C14 -- The Temporal Requirements for Androgens During the Cell Cycle of the Prostate Gland -- Reflections on the Etiology of Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy -- Vesical Suspension in the Management of Obstructive Disease of the Bladder -- Angiographic Characteristics of Renal Hamartoma -- Recent Experiences at the Ochsner Clinic with Transureteroureterostomy -- The Uses of Intestine in Urology (A โ{128}{156}Gut Reaction,โ{128}{157} for W. W. S.) -- Relocation of Ureteroileostomy Stomata -- Technique of Ileal Conduitโ{128}{148}Evolution of the Brady Method -- Problems in Ileal Conduit Surgery -- Renal Failureโ{128}{148}Remarks on Its Causes -- Renin and Erythropoietin Levels in Uremic and Anephric Man -- Measurement of Renal Vein Renins or Differential Renal Function Studies in the Diagnosis of Curable, Renovascular Hypertension ? -- Horseshoe Kidney: Discordance in Monozygotic Twins -- Renal Metabolism in Obstructive Uropathy -- The Nucleosides of Human Urine -- Hypospadias: Experience with a One-Stage Repair (Hodgson Urethroplasty) -- Rationale for the Use of Nonabsorbable Antibiotics in the Tseatment of Urinary Infections: Follow-Up Report -- Vesicoureteral Refluxโ{128}{148}Who Needs Ureteroneocystostomy9 -- Studies on the Pathogenesis of Onchocerciasis -- Recurrent Urethritis in the Female -- Highlights -- The Brady Urological Institute: Origin, Growth, and Development -- Dr. William W. Scottโ{128}{153}s 25th Anniversary at Johns Hopkins -- Reminiscences -- William W. Scottโ{128}{153}s First Days at the Bradyโ{128}{148}A Dialogue

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