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Urol Int (2004) 73 (1): 92–94.
Published Online: 25 June 2008
...Mesut Gürdal; Sinan Kireççi; Ergin Yücebaş; M. İhsan Karaman Although hydatid disease may affect any organ of the body, there are only a limited number of cases where the primary lesion is in the retroperitoneal region. Since the clinical and laboratory findings are nonspecific, the correct...
Urol Int (2006) 77 (4): 371–374.
Published Online: 28 November 2006
...Mete Kilciler; Selahattin Bedir; Fikret Erdemir; Hidayet Coban; Burak Sahan; Yasar Ozgok Hydatid disease is endemic in many parts of the world. The location is mostly hepatic (75%) and pulmonary (15%), and only 10% of the cysts occur in the rest of the body. It may develop in almost any part...
Urol Int (2004) 72 (4): 341–343.
Published Online: 25 May 2004
...Ayhan Verit; Hatice Ozbilge; Ercan Yeni; Dogan Unal; Ilyas Ozardali; Halil Ciftci; Mustafa Ozbilge Objectives: Although no part of the human anatomy is invulnerable to hydatid disease, it has been reported to occur mostly in vital organs such as liver, lungs and brain. Hydatid disease...