After historical introduction, the aspiration technique and imaging modalities are described. Thereafter, the use of aspiration cytology in the diagnosis and mainly in the sta-
ging of urologic cancers is on still not well known appli-
cations of the procedure in the staging of some organs
(bladder, adrenals, penis, testis and secondary ureteral strictures) are reported.
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Table of ContentsHistorical Background.- Section I: General.- 1 Aspiration Cytology in Urological Oncologythe Urologist’s Viewpoint.- 2 Percutaneous Needle Aspiration in Urological Oncologythe Radiologist’s Viewpoint.- 3 Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy of Urological Neoplasmsan American Experience.- Section II: Diagnostic Imaging, Aspiration Techniques and Cytological Diagnosis.- 4 Anatomy and Metastatic Invasion of the Ilio-Pelvic-Aortic Lymphatic System.- 5 Lymphangiography in Cancer of the Genitourinary Tract.- 6 Experience with Modified Chiba Needle in Staging of Urological Cancer.- 7 Aspiration Biopsy of Lymph Nodes in Urological Malignancies: Its Value in Different Diagnostic Procedures in Tumor Staging.- 8 Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy of Pelvic and Periaortic Lymph Nodes in the Evaluation of Neoplastic Disease.- 9 Percutaneous Fine Needle Biopsy of Abdominal and Pelvic Lesions: Needle Passes Necessary for Secure Diagnosis with Fluoroscopy and Computed Tomography Guidance.- 10 The Role of Aspiration Cytology in Staging and Monitoring of Malignant Neoplasms.- Section III: Prostatic Cancer.- 11 Aspiration Biopsy in the Diagnosis of Prostatic Carcinoma: the Importance of Cytological Malignancy Grading in Prognostic Judgement and Choice of Therapy.- 12 Fine Needle Aspiration and Core Biopsy in Detection of Prostatic Cancer: Comparison with Surgical Biopsy.- 13 Predictive Value of Histological Grading Systems.- 14 The Role of Staging in the Management of Prostatic Cancer.- 15 Lymphangiography and Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy of Opacified Lymph Nodes in the Staging of Patients with Carcinoma of the Prostate.- 16 Lymph Node Aspiration in Staging Prostatic Carcinoma: Importance of the Equivocal Lymphogram.- 17 Staging Prostatic Carcinoma with Percutaneous Lymph Node Biopsy.- 18 Lymph Node Aspiration Biopsy and Lymph Node Dissection in Prostatic Cancer.- 19 Lymph Node Aspiration Cytology: an Aid to the Staging of Prostatic Cancer.- 20 Lymph Node Aspiration Biopsy in Patients with Prostatic Cancer.- 21 Combined Lymph Node Aspiration Cytology and Tumour Grade in Staging of Prostatic Cancer.- 22 Cytological Findings in Conservative Treatment of Prostatic Cancer.- Section IV: Bladder Cancer.- 23 The Histopathology of Human Bladder Cancer.- 24 Clinical and Pathological Staging of Bladder Carcinoma.- 25 TNM Staging System and Bladder Carcinoma: the Problems of the N Categorisation.- 26 Bladder Carcinoma: the Impact of Pretreatment Knowledge of Nodal Involvement.- 27 Bladder Cancer Staging Procedures: the Role of Lymph Node Aspiration Biopsy.- 28 Lymph Node Aspiration Biopsy Cytology and Nodal Status in Bladder Cancer.- Section V: Penile Carcinoma.- 29 Cabanas Approach: Is It a Reliable Sentinel Node for Staging Penile Carcinoma.- 30 Lymph Node Aspiration Biopsy and Nodal Status in Penile Cancer.- 31 Aspiration Cytology in the Staging of Penile Cancer.- Section VI: Renal and Adrenal Masses.- 32 Staging of Renal Cell Carcinoma.- 33 The Diagnosis of Solid Renal and Adrenal Masses by Aspiration Cytology.- 34 Computed Tomography-guided Fine Needle Biopsy and Cytological Diagnosis of Adrenal Masses.- 35 Percutaneous Biopsy of Adrenal Tumours.- Section VII: Testicular Cancer.- 36 Radiological Evaluation of Retroperitoneal Nodes in Testicular Tumours.- 37 The Value of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology in the Management of Metastatic Germ Cell Tumours.- Section VIII: Urological and Non-urological Metastatic Disease.- 38 Periureteral Aspiration Cytology in the Study of Ureteral Stenoses in Patients with Known Malignancy.- 39 Percutaneous Bone Biopsy.