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Title: 泌尿器科領域に於ける17-Ketosteroidの研究補遺 第III篇:各種疾患並びにホルモン剤投与時に於ける尿中17-Ketosteroidの研究
Other Titles: Studies on 17-Ketosteroid in the Field of Urology 3.Clinical Study on Urinary 17-Ketosteroid in the Patients with Urogenital Diseases
Authors: 大場, 令史  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: OBA, Norifumi
Issue Date: Apr-1960
Publisher: 京都大学医学部泌尿器科教室
Journal title: 泌尿器科紀要
Volume: 6
Issue: 4
Start page: 265
End page: 275
Abstract: 1) The amount of urinary 17-KS was clinically investigated on the patients with various urogenital diseases. 2) Administratio n of various hormones to the patients undergone bilatral orchiectomy, led the auther to the conclusion that estrogene therapy caused a decrease in urinary 17-KS excretion, while the other therapy caused an increase in the excretion. 3) The rate of 17-KS excretion after the transplantation of cow's endocrine organs, was generally apt to increase. 4) In the patients with prostatic hypertrophy and prostatic cancer, the average rate of urinary 17-KS excretion was within the normal range. The patients with prostatic cancer excreted much more amount of 17-KS into the urine that of prostatic hypertrophy. Most diseases of the bladder did not affect the rate of urinary 17-KS excretion except that of vesical cancer which decreased the rate of excretion more than vesical benign tumor. Hypernephroma especially, caused remarkably high level of the urinary excretion of 17-KS. 5) In most patients with renal tuberculosis, the rate of urinary 17-KS excretion were within or below the normal range. Unilateral or bilateral epididymectomy for tuberculosis generally produced no significance in the rate of urinary 17-KS excretion except for the aged patients whose rate of excretion was relatively low. 6) The rate of urinary 17-KS excretion in the ca s e of sexual dysfunction was within the normal range.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/111933
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