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  • 2020, March

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    Bilateral Pubo-Penile Ectopic Testis: A Case ReportOpen Access

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    Pubo-penile ectopic testis is a rare congenital anomaly whose etiopathogenesis is still poorly understood. We report one case of bilateral pubo-penile ectopic testis in a two-year-old child. The diagnosis was made on physical examination alone. Orchidopexy in the dartos muscle was easy to perform.


    Pubo-Penile ectopic testis; Orchidopexy

  • 2019, November

    case report

    Multiple Tumoral Calcinosis in a Hemodialysis PatientOpen Access

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    Pseudotumoral calcinosis is a rare condition characterized by periarticular calcium deposition. It preferentially affects large joints such as the hip, shoulder and elbow. It is a severe complication of chronic renal failure. We report a case of secondary pseudotumoral calcinosis in a chronic hemodialysis patient.


    Tumoral calcinosis; Chronicrenal failure; Hemodialysis.

  • 2019, October

    case report

    A Bilateral Incomplete Duplex System in the Upper Urinary Tract: A Case ReportOpen Access

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    Incomplete duplex system is a congenital abnormality, which is often found in children. It corresponds to a doubling of the upper urinary tract with two ureters which join into a common distal portion with a single ureteral orifice. In adults, this infection is fortuitous and often asymptomatic. Therefore, it does not require surgery in the absence of complications. Therefore, we would like to present this new case.
    Upper urinary tract; Duplex system; Bifid ureter; Incomplete duplication.

About the Journal

Urology and Andrology – Open Journal (UAOJ) is an open access web portal providing access to latest advancements information on urology and andrology.

Urology is the study of diseases affecting the male and female urinary tract system as well as the male reproductive organs. Also known as genitourinary diseases.

Andrology is informally known as ‘The Science of Men’ since it is a medical specialty that deals with the problems associated particularly with the male reproductive system.

With this journal, Openventio seeks to elaborate descriptively all aspects relating to the subject thereby serving as a one-stop solution to professionals of this field.

Aims and Scope

This journal aims to cater to the needs of individuals by providing complete information on the subject and various diagnosing solutions.

Openventio aims to encourage documentation among the ever-growing medical community to ensure that the data gets recorded for the betterment and future reference of medical and passed on to new practitioners.

UAOJ covers a wide array of subjects as given below:

  • Varicoceles
  • Male infertility
  • Prostate cancer
  • Male hormonal contraception
  • Benign prostatic hyperplasia
  • Urination problems
  • Vasoepididymostomy
  • Erection disorder
  • Renal Insufficiency

Submissions for this journal are accepted from all practitioners and students of urology and andrology, as well as from experts in the field to novices wanting to explore the field.

The audience of UAOJ includes doctors, nurses, research assistants, local community practitioners, manufacturers, and students of various universities and general communities from different parts of the world.

The journal welcomes all types of articles such as original research, review, case-report, mini-review, editorial, short-communication, book review, opinion, commentary, letter to the editor, conference proceedings, technical report, errata, illustrations, etc.

We are open to receive comments and corrections from audiences of the relevant field to improve the quality of our journal.