Flashcards in Clinical Management in Renal Deck (17):
What kind of staging is used for RCC?
Treatment of RCC?
radical or partial nephrectomy, radiofrquency ablation, cryoablation
Acute urinary retention
Alpha blocker for small stone expected to pass
If stone hasn't passed in 1 month, needs surgical intervention
Stent if infected
Torsion of spermatic cord?
prompt exploration to avoid reversible ischaemic injury
Torsion of testicular appendages?
treat conservatively, NSAIDs, ice, reduced activity etc
iced glove, granulated sugar for 1-2hrs, puncture, compression,
aspirate blood from corpus cavernosum, inject alpha agonist, surgical
debridement and antibiotics
often requires nephrectomy
circumcision incision with de gloving of penis to expose all 3 comparments
alpha blockers are 1st line eg tamulosin
5alpha reductase inhibitors may be added eg finasteride
if under 70, prostatectomy
SCC of penis?
circumcision and topical 5 flurouracil