Amedi.sk
Dovoľujeme si Vás upozorniť, že naša web stránka
je určená iba pre odbornú lekársku verejnosť.
Časopis Clinical urology – Článok Ureteric trauma

Clinical urology

Postgraduate scientific medical journal. Magazine Slovak Association of Urology.
Period 3x per year
1336-7579
The journal is indexed in the Slovak National Bibliography, Bibliographiia Medica Slovaca (BMS) and listed to citation database CiBaMed. All articles are reviewed. The publisher does not bear any responsibility for data and opinions of particular authors of the articles or advertisements. The articles on grey pages are company promotions or non reviewed information, an author is responsible for the content. Any reproduction of the content is allowed only with direct consent of the editorial office.
Predplatné
Clinical urology
Clinical urology
Postgraduate scientific medical journal. Magazine Slovak Association of Urology.
Period 3x per year
Téma: 

Ureteric trauma

Jozef Marenčák, Eduard Králik, Patrícia Rusková, Lenka Kotorová, Michaela Trabalíková

Introduction: Injuries of ureter consist of 1.0 – 2.5 % of urinary tract injuries.
Objective: Retrospective analysis of diagnostic methods and the effectiveness of treatment of patients with injuries to
the ureter.
Materials and methods: In the period from 1 Jan 1985 to 31 Dec 2015 33 individuals (average age 36.9 years, range 16-
71 years) with injuries to the ureter were examined and treated. The diagnosis was established on the basis of: history,
physical (and intraoperative) examination, imaging studies, laboratory tests, and so on. Blunt ureter injuries were
noted in 3/33 (9.1 %), penetrating the 3/33 (9.1 %), as a part of polytrauma in 10/33 (30.3 %), and iatrogenic in 17/33
(51.5 %). The upper ureter has been affected by the accident in a 4/33 (12.1 %), moderate in 9/33 (27.3 %), and the lower
ureter 20/33 (60.6 %). Traumas of ureters were classified according to five degrees of injury severity. One patient had
solitaire kidney since birth and in another one the contralateral, hypoplastic (injuries uninvolved) kidney was found.
A method of treatment was due to several factors and included as endoscopy, as well as operational procedures. Mean
follow-up of patients amounted to 48.5 (range 3-79) months.
Results: Time to therapeutic solutions was minimal - a few hours in blunt, penetrative and polytraumatic injuries (16/33
= 48.5 % of patients). Hematuria was present in only 7/16 (43.8 %) affected. Nephrectomy in this subgroup was indicated
twice - concurrent to unstoppable bleeding from the kidney. Intraoperative detection and the solution of iatrogenic
damage of the ureter was made in 6/17 (35.3 %), in 2/17 (11.8 %) definitive treatment was initiated within 48 hours
and in 9/17 (52.9 %) the correct diagnosis was made after 15 (range 7 – 90) days after the procedure. The most common
symptoms were: flank pain, fever, peritoneal irritation, hematuria but only in 3/9 (333 %) patients. Therapeutically
in these cases there was made temporary drainage of the kidney (percutaneous nephrostomy in particular, but also
ureteric stenting) and definitive treatment (ureteroureterostomy, ureteropyelostomy, ureteroneocystostomy, etc.)
was carried out with a time interval. Nephrectomy was necessary once due to non-functioning kidney, and multiple septic
temperatures. In the group of late diagnosed ureteral trauma there was a significant decrease (on average 25 %) the
separate renal function and there was a higher number of complications (stricture of the urethra, urinary tract infections,
etc.). compared to intraoperatively identify and resolve injuries.
Conclusions: The diagnosis and treatment of ureteric injuries depends on several factors. Iatrogenic injury of the ureters
are now not only the most common, but largely they are diagnosed late, which reduces the efficiency of treatment
and increases the number of subsequent complications.

Klin. urol. 2016; 12 (1): 34-39
CELÝ OBSAH ČLÁNKU JE DOSTUPNÝ IBA PRE PRIHLÁSENÝCH PREDPLATITEĽOV Prihlásiť sa

Ročník 2016  Témy časopisu Clinical urology 1 / 2016

CASE STUDIES

Nie sú dostupné žiadne voľne dostupné články
CHAIRMAN OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD
prof. MUDr. Ján Kliment, CSc.

MEMBERS OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD
prof. Andrzej Borówka, M.D., PhD.
prof. MUDr. Ján Breza, DrSc.
prof. MUDr. Peter Bujdák, PhD.
prof. MUDr. Tomáš Hanuš, DrSc.
doc. MUDr. Ladislav Jarolím, CSc.
doc. MUDr. Ján Ľupták, PhD.
doc. MUDr. Jozef Marenčák, PhD.
doc. MUDr. Ivan Minčík, PhD.
prof. MUDr. Dalibor Ondruš, DrSc.
prof. Imre Romics, M.D., PhD.
doc. MUDr. Vladimír Študent, PhD.
prof. MUDr. Ján Švihra, PhD.
prof. MUDr. Ladislav Valanský, PhD.
doc. MUDr. František Záťura, PhD.
MUDr. Peter Zvara, PhD.

PROFESSIONAL EDITOR
prof. MUDr. Ján Švihra, PhD.

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Ing. Danica Paulenová
e-mail: paulenova@amedi.sk

GRAPHIC LAYOUT AND TYPESETTING
Lucia Vecseiová
e-mail: dtp@amedi.sk

MARKETING MANAGER
Ing. Dana Chodasová
mobil: 0903 224 625
e-mail: marketing@amedi.sk

ECONOMY AND SUBSCRIPTIONS
Ing. Mária Štecková
telefón: 02/55 64 72 48
mobil: 0911 117 949
e-mail: ekonom@amedi.sk

LANGUAGE PROOFREADING
Mgr. Eva Doktorová

PROOFREADING OF ENGLISH TEXTS
Mgr. Jana Bábelová
SECTIONS

OVERVIEW PAPERS
The latest knowledge on disease and disease groups aetiology, pathogenesis, diagnoses and therapy. Maximum extent is 7 pages of text (font ARIAL or TIMES, font size 12, line spacing 1.5). In case of more extensive theme elaboration it is possible to divide the paper to several parts after agreement with editorial office.

ORIGINAL PAPERS
Structuring: introduction, clinical group and methods, results, discussion, conclusion, bibliography

DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTICAL ALGORITHMS
Diagnosis and therapy processed into tables and schemes, with minimum text, with emphasis on conciseness and clarity.

CASE STUDY
Maximum extent is 3 pages. Structuring: summary, case study, conclusion, bibliography.

MISCELLANEOUS
Reaction to overview articles, news in the field of diagnostics, therapy, trial results (maximum 3 pages), reports from professional events, abstracts from scientific work published abroad, not older than 1 year. Maximum extend is 1 page. Title of the paper in Slovak/Czech, authors, workplace, then title of the paper in English with full citation.


MANUSCRIPT ELABORATION

Write the paper on computer in any common text editor.
write full length of lines (do not use ENTER at the end of a line)
- do not arrange text into columns
- do not do page make-up, put tables at the end of the paper
- distinguish precisely numbers 1, 0 and letters l, O
- use always parentheses ( )
- explain abbreviations always when first used


MANUSCRIPT REQUIREMENTS

1. An accurate paper title, names and surnames of all authors including titles, authors` workplace. The first author address including the phone number, fax and e-mail address.
2. Summary - structured abstract: goal of work, material and methods (do not state the name of the workplace), results, conclusion
3. Key words - in the extent of 3-6.
Write in 1st or 3rd person singular or plural (unify according the type of an article).
4. English translation: the title of the paper, summary, key words 5. Text
If you insert pictures into a document, send also their original files in "jpg" format, create graphs in Excel and send also their original files. If you send photo documentation via post office, please, send just high-class originals. Mark each original by a number, under which it is mentioned in the text. Write in 1st or 3rd person singular or plural (unify according the type of an article). In the text do not use highlighting of the text as e.g. underlined text, bold, with exception of titles, references to pictures, tables, graphs.

6. Bibliography
Citations are numbered chronologically in bold, references in the text are stated by the number of citations in parentheses.
Citation means in general: the surname of the author (authors), title of the work, year of issuing, volume, pages.
Do not use "ét al.", but state all authors.

Examples of citations:
1. Shaheen NJ, Crosby NA, Bozymski EM, et al. Is there publication bias in the reporting cancer risk in Barrett´ esophagus? Gastroenterology 2000; 119: 333-338.
2. Stenestrand U, Wallentin L. Swedish Register of Cardiac Intensive Care (RIKS-HIA): Early statin treatment following acute myocardial infarction and 1-year survival. JAMA 2001; 285: 430-436.
3. LIPID Study Group. Prevention of cardiovascular events and death with pravastatin in patients with coronary heart disease and a broad range of initial cholesterol levels. N Engl J Med 1998; 339: 1349-1357.
4. Jurkovičová O, Spitzerová H, Cagáň S. Komorové arytmie a náhla srdcová smrť pri akútnom infarkte myokardu. Bratisl Lek Listy 1997; 98: 379-389.
5. Osborne BE. The electrocardiogram of the rat. In: Budden R, Detweiler DK, Zbinden G. The rat electrocardiogram in pharmacology and toxicology. Oxford: Pergamon Press 1981:15-27.

Do not use dots after first names in citations. Do not use colon but dot after names of authors. Use semi-colon after the year of publishing, colon is before pages.

The editorial board reserves the right to make small stylistic changes in the paper. If it is necessary to shorten the paper, the consent of the author will be required. All articles are reviewed.

Which of following factors is not related to rosacea?
a. genetic predisposition
b. Scandinavian origin
c. propionibacterium acnes
d. endothelial growth factor

The editorial board reserves the right to make small stylistic changes in the paper. If it is necessary to shorten the paper, the consent of the author will be required. All articles are reviewed.

All published papers are paid.

Send contributions in the e-mail to the address: paulenova@amedi.sk
Period 3x per year
1336-7579
The journal is indexed in the Slovak National Bibliography, Bibliographiia Medica Slovaca (BMS) and listed to citation database CiBaMed. All articles are reviewed. The publisher does not bear any responsibility for data and opinions of particular authors of the articles or advertisements. The articles on grey pages are company promotions or non reviewed information, an author is responsible for the content. Any reproduction of the content is allowed only with direct consent of the editorial office.
Predplatné
Clinical urology
Clinical urology
Postgraduate scientific medical journal. Magazine Slovak Association of Urology.
Period 3x per year