Faiyaz Kapasi's research while affiliated with WWF United Kingdom and other places

Publications (23)

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To evaluate the clinicoradiologic findings and outcomes of management of simple intratesticular cysts, by review of an 11-year experience. From March 1994 to September 2005, 24 men underwent scrotal ultrasound scan and follow-up for simple intratesticular cysts. The median follow-up was 32 months (range, 6 to 124 months). The records were analyzed...
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Priapism is a pathological condition of penile erection that persists beyond, or is unrelated to, sexual stimulation. Pathologically and clinically, two subtypes are seen-the high flow (non-ischaemic) variety and the low flow (ischaemic) priapism. The low flow type is more dangerous, as these patients are susceptible to greater complications and th...
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Renal trauma can be a life-threatening emergency and, because of its rarity, knowledge of its recognition and management is limited. This review discusses the clinical diagnosis, classification of injury, management and complications of this emergency condition.

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... For this reason, TUVP is best limited to men with small or medium-sized prostates. A prospective, randomised study with a 5-yr follow-up was conducted to compare TURP to TUVP using Plasmakinetic TM energy [17]. This study enrolled 51 patients in the TUVP arm and 25 in the TURP arm. ...
... The incidence in the United States is 0.73 per 100,000 males, with bimodal peaks occurring at 5 to 10 years of age in children and 20 to 50 years of age in adults. 1,2 The incidence in children is unknown, although it has been well established that sickle cell anemia (SCA) is the most common cause, whereas other etiologies include leukemia, trauma, medications, and ingestions. ...
... Furthermore, the average age at presentation in most series is between 60 and 65 years (our average was 59 years), a population in whom germ cell malignancy is admittedly less common.6,9 Repeated ultrasound scanning, therefore, may not be justified. ...