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1/17. infertility treatment in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD)--a case report.

    Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) is a frequently occurring inherited condition with cysts in many organs including the kidneys. However, a combination of seminal vesicle cysts, cystic obstruction of ejaculatory duct and ADPKD is rarely encountered. The following case report presents an infertile ADPKD patient who had seminal vesicle cysts and ejaculatory duct cyst, and describes the treatment by transurethral resection of the ejaculatory duct.
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2/17. Seminal vesicle cyst associated with ipsilateral renal agenesis and papillary carcinoma of the bladder.

    We report a case of seminal vesicle cyst associated with ipsilateral renal agenesis in a 37-year-old patient with papillary carcinoma of the bladder. ultrasonography showed absence of the right kidney, a bladder tumour and a round retrovesical hypoechogenic mass with posterior acoustic enhancement. It showed low attenuation on CT, low signal intensity on T1-weighted MR images and high signal intensity on T2-weighted MR images. Intravenous urography (IVU) and cystoscopy were also performed. After surgery, it proved to be a seminal vesicle cyst. The embryology, imaging characteristics and differential diagnosis of seminal vesicle cysts are discussed. Associated findings are also described.
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3/17. male genital malformations associated with right renal agenesis.

    A 30-year-old man visited our department complaining of discomfort on micturition. Hypoplasia of the bilateral epididymis, impalpable vas deferens, and prostatic tenderness were noted. diagnostic imaging revealed agenesis of the right kidney, cystic dilation of the right seminal vesicle, and a prostatic utricle cyst. Examination of the genital tract confirmed aplasia of the left seminal vesicle and vas deferens and hypoplasia of the right seminal vesicle. On the basis of postoperative extravasation of contrast medium to the right epididymis, cystic dilation of the right seminal vesicle was diagnosed.
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4/17. A case of CA19-9-producing seminal vesicle cyst with ipsilateral renal agenesis.

    A case of CA19-9-producing seminal vesicle cyst with ipsilateral renal agenesis is reported. A 29-year-old man was admitted to our hospital for perineal pain and urinary retention. digital rectal examination revealed a large soft mass that fluctuated in the area of the prostate and seminal vesicles. magnetic resonance imaging revealed a right kidney defect, and ipsilateral dilation and cystic enlargement of the right seminal vesicle. Transrectal puncture of the seminal vesicle cyst was performed. The contents were pus and old red blood cells. Initially, the serum CA19-9 level was extremely high (145.8 U/ml) but was normalized by the treatment with antibiotics after the puncture. The symptoms subsided without recurrence.
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5/17. CT of genitourinary calcification due to schistosomiasis.

    Calcification of the ureters, bladder and seminal vesicles was detected in six patients studied on computed tomography (CT) for evaluation of genitourinary schistosomiasis and in four others examined for intestinal schistosomiasis. Other findings included pyelocaliectasis in ten kidneys, vesical carcinoma in one, seminal vesicle granuloma in one and non-visceral calcification in pelvic tissue in one patient.
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6/17. Seminal vesicle cyst and ipsilateral renal agenesis. Case report.

    cysts of the seminal vesicles are rare, and associated anomalies of the ipsilateral kidney are frequent. We report a case of a monolocular cystic mass in the seminal vesicle bed in a young male with recurrent epididymitis, with emphasis on the ultrasonographic and CT features. The embryological background is briefly mentioned.
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7/17. Agenesis of kidney associated with malformations of the seminal vesicle. Various clinical presentations.

    Ureteral seminal vesicle anomaly associated with ipsilateral renal agenesis is a rare occurrence. Cystic anomaly of the seminal vesicle may be asymptomatic or discovered by rectal examination and cystoscopy for evaluation of bladder irritative symptoms, perineal and testicular pain, ejaculatory disturbances and rarely infertility. The condition was diagnosed in three patients with various clinical presentations.
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8/17. Embryological and diagnostic aspects of seminal vesicle cysts associated with upper urinary tract malformation.

    Congenital seminal vesicle cysts represent a rare but illustrative type of embryological malformation. They often are combined with ipsilateral upper urinary tract abnormalities. In most of the cases described in the literature the diagnosis has been made with rather invasive procedures. On the basis of our experience with 3 cases we recommend pelvic ultrasonography as the initial study in patients in whom such a malformation is suspected. Although other radiological procedures may be required to confirm the diagnosis, this approach appears to be cost-effective and accurate in most instances. The treatment of such malformations should be restricted to symptomatic cases and usually consists of vesiculectomy with or without removal of the ipsilateral dysplastic or hypoplastic kidney.
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9/17. Ectopic ureter opening into the seminal vesicle in an infant: a case report and review of the Japanese literature.

    A case is presented of an ectopic ureter opening into the seminal vesicle associated with hypodysplastic kidney in an infant. We reviewed 135 cases (139 ureteral units) of male ectopic ureter from the Japanese literature and, of the 139 ectopic ureters, 109 were single-system ectopic ureters, and 26 ureters were associated with the ureteral duplication. Sixty-three and 73 ureters opened into the urinary tract and seminal tract, respectively. In patients 15 years or older, 65 cases of ectopic ureter opened into the seminal tract and 33 cases opened into the urinary tract, whereas in children under 15 years, the ectopic orifice was located more often in the urinary tract (26 cases) than in the seminal tract (8 cases). Presenting symptoms differed according to the location of the ectopic orifice. Ectopic ureters opening into the urinary tract most often presented with urinary tract infection and abdominal or lumbar pain. On the other hand, voiding and ejaculatory symptoms as well as perineal or genital pain were characteristic in ectopic ureters opening into the seminal tract. Of the 83 associated renal segments that were surgically removed, dysplasia, hypoplasia and aplasia were found in 22, 24, 14 cases, respectively. It was noteworthy that 48 of the 53 single ectopic ureters opening into the seminal vesicle were associated with ipsilateral renal dysgenesis.
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10/17. Obstructive uropathy secondary to massive inguinoscrotal bladder herniation.

    The bladder is partially involved in 1 to 4% of all inguinal hernias. However, few cases of massive inguinoscrotal herniation of the bladder have been described, all of which have involved unilateral hydronephrosis. We report on a 45-year-old man with incomplete voiding and massively enlarged right scrotum along with elevated creatinine who was found to have massive inguinoscrotal herniation. Preoperative computerized tomography showed bilateral hydronephrosis. herniorrhaphy was successfully done through an inguinal incision. The left kidney regained normal function with a decrease in creatinine levels. This case is atypical because of the presence of massive inguinoscrotal herniation with bilateral hydronephrosis. Computerized tomography has proved to be a valuable tool in diagnosing such cases. Surgical repair and reduction of hernia can be accomplished through an inguinal incision.
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