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Clinical statistics on a 2 year period in the japan red cross society nagasaki atomic bomb hospital



Clinical statistics on a 2 year period in the japan red cross society nagasaki atomic bomb hospital



Nishinihon Journal of Urology 41(6): 1199-1203



Clinical observations from 1977-1978 were analyzed statistically for outpatients and inpatients. The total outpatients in 1977 and 1978 were 1325 and 1398 and there were 227 and 308 inpatients. The male-female ratio was 1:0.87 and 1:1.09 in outpatients and 1:0.34 and 1:0.79 in inpatients. The ratio of hospitalization was 17.3% in general patients and 23.9% in A-bomb exposed patients. In classification of outpatient diseases, nonspecific cystitis and prostatic disease were most frequent. In classification of inpatient diseases, urolithiasis and prostatic hypertrophy were most frequent. Malignant tumor was observed in 44 cases consisting of 17 cases of bladder tumor, 10 cases of prostatic cancer, 7 cases of renal tumor and others. Operations were performed 230 and 324 times under spinal anesthesia or general anesthesia.

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