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|Other Titles:||STATISTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON OUT-PATIENTS,IN-PATIENTS AND OPERATIONS AT THE UROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT OF TAKAYAMA RED CROSS HOSPITAL (FROM MAY,1978 TO DECEMBER,1979)|
|Authors:||兼松, 稔 |
|Author's alias:||Kanematsu, Minoru|
|Abstract:||Statistical observations of 1505 out-patients, 169 in-patients and 156 operations revealed the following results; 1) According to our classification of out-patients, infections were most frequent (505 cases or 33.6%), followed by urogenital tumors (256 cases or 17.0%), urolithiasis (180 cases or 12.0%) and others. 2) Among the diseases of in-patients, urogenital tumors (71 cases or 42.0%) and urolithiasis (36 cases or 21.3%) were predominant. 3) Of the 156 operations, the representative operations were TUR-Bt, cryoprostatectomy and orchidopexy.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol.26 No.12|
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