Archives: Fichas

Late-onset hypogonadism

Late–onset hypogonadism is a condition usually present in older men characterized by measurably low testosterone levels and clinical symptoms mostly of a sexual nature, including decreased desire for sex, fewer spontaneous erections, and erectile dysfunction.

PSA, Prostate-Specific Antigen

PSA is the most used marker in Urology. Its dosage is essential for the early diagnosis of prostate cancer, however it is necessary to be aware of its characteristics and limitations to use it appropriately in clinical practice.

Penile cancer

Penile cancer is a rare type of cancer that occurs on the skin of the penis or within the penis. It most commonly affects men over the age of 50. It is important to make an accurate diagnostic approach!

Childhood renal tumors

Wilms Tumor is the most common of all childhood kidney tumors and of all childhood cancers but it is important also to know other less frequent possibilities!

Renal tumors

In this urology cheat sheets, we review renal tumors. Renal cell carcinoma is the most frequent variant, but it is important to know the subtype characteristics to make a correct differential diagnosis.

Urethral carcinoma

Urethral cancer is the most rare of all urological cancers and an entity very difficult to detect. It is related to human papillomavirus infection (subtypes 16 and 18), chronic inflammation/infection, or urethral strictures.

Testicular cancer

A review of testicular cancer. Seminoma is the most frequent variant but there are several other tumors with different prognosis and behaviour and its important to know them all!


Cheat Sheet about embryology, a topic that can be somewhat overwhelming at first but that is very important to understand a lot of pathologies.

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