wahjoe djatisoesanto
Department of Urology, Faculty of Medicine/Airlangga University, Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya.

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COMPARISON OF EFFICACY AND SAFETY SILODOSIN 8 MG ONCE DAILY AND SILODOSIN 4 MG TWICE DAILY IN BPH PATIENTS WITH LUTS Diansyah, Ramzie Nendra; Renaldo, Johan; Djatisoesanto, Wahjoe; Hakim, Lukman
Indonesian Journal of Urology Vol 26 No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32421/juri.v26i1.552

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Objective: This study was aimed to compare the efficacy and side effect of silodosin 8mg once daily and silodosin 4mg twice daily in BPH-LUTS patients after 4 and 12 weeks. Material & Methods: Single blind randomized controlled trials in 60 male patients aged ≥45 years with BPH-LUTS from July 2017 to October 2017 was divided into groups who received 8mg of silodosin once daily and those who received 4mg of silodosin twice daily. Efficacy and adverse events were evaluated after 4 and 12 weeks of treatment. Results:  There was no significant difference of mean age of the two groups was 67.93 ± 6.49 years and 69.07 ± 6.28 years respectively (p 0.49). Both doses of this drug decreased the International Prostate Symptom Score (IPSS) and significantly increased the maximum urinary flow (Qmax) (p<0.05) but there was no significant differences between the two groups (p>0.05). Ejaculation disorder was the most common side effect in all groups (6.7% and 5%) and there was no significant difference between the two groups (p>0.05). Conclusion: The administration of 8mg of once daily silodosin has similar efficacy as 4mg twice daily silodosin. There were no adverse events differences in the two groups. Ejaculation disorder is the most common adverse event of silodosin administration.
EFFECT OF VITAMIN E (α TOCOPHEROL) ADMINISTRATION ON APOPTOSIS OF GERMINAL CELLS EPITHELIUM TESTIS IN SPRAGUE DAWLEY WHITE STRAIN RATS AFTER EXPOSED BY CISPLATIN Nugroho, Achmad; Djatisoesanto, Wahjoe; Soebadi, Doddy M
Indonesian Journal of Urology Vol 26 No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32421/juri.v26i1.546

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Objective: To determine the differences of germinal epithelial testicular cell apoptosis in white Sprague Dawley strain rat that received combination of cisplatin and vitamin E compared to Sprague Dawley strain rat that received cisplatin only. Material & Methods:  Twenty four Sprague Dawley rats were divided into 4 groups randomly. Group 1 Negative Control (NC) was given an injection of 1 cc 0.9% normal saline intraperitoneally as a placebo, group 2 Positive Control (PC) was given 5 mg/kgBW cisplatin intraperitoneally, group 3 (P1) was given cisplatin injection 5 mg/kgBW intraperitoneally + vitamin E (α tocopherol) 50 mg/kgBW by gavage and group 4 (P2) was given cisplatin injection 5 mg/kgBW intraperitoneally + vitamin E (α tocopherol) 200 mg/kgBW by gavage. Vitamin E (α tocopherol) was given 3 weeks before up to 4 weeks after cisplatin injection. Observation of the germinal epithelial cells apoptosis was carried out by calculating germinal epithelial cells apoptosis in the cross-section preparations of the seminiferous tubule which gave a positive reaction to the apoptag staining, using a 400x magnification light microscope. Results: Apoptosis on positive control (PC) group was different significantly compared to the negative control (NC) group (p<0.05). There was a significant difference in the apoptosis of germinal epithelial testicular cells in the cisplatin + vitamin E 50 mg/kgBW compared to the PC group (p<0.05). The cisplatin + vitamin E 200 mg/kgBW group; had a lower number of apoptosis compared to the cisplatin + vitamin E 50 mg/kgBW (p<0.05). Conclusion: Vitamin E provides a protective effect on decreasing the amount of apoptosis due to cisplatin exposure. The protective effect of vitamin E is dose-dependent.
THE ROLE OF VITAMIN E (α-TOCOPHEROL) ON TESTOSTERONE LEVEL IN SPRAGUE DAWLEY RATS FOLLOWING CISPLATIN TREATMENT Rezia, Dian Kartika; Hakim, Lukman; Djatisoesanto, Wahjoe
Indonesian Journal of Urology Vol 26 No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32421/juri.v26i1.545

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Objective: To observe the difference of testosterone levels in adult male Sprague Dawley rats treated with combination of cisplatin and vitamin E compared to those treated with cisplatin only. Material & Methods: We used 24 adult male Sprague Dawley rats weight 200–300 grams and randomly assigned into 4 groups (n=6). Rats in negative control group (NC) were given intraperitoneal normal saline injection, while the positive control (PC) group were injected with cisplatin 5 mg/kgBW at the end of the 3rd week. Two other groups, P1 and P2, were injected with cisplatin 5 mg/kgBW and given vitamin E orally 50 mg/kgBW and 200 mg/kgBW, respectively. Cardiac blood was aspirated at the end of the 7th week and processed for analysis of testosterone levels. Results: We recorded a significantly lower testosterone levels in rats treated only with cisplatin 5 mg/kgBW (CP) compared to those in CN group (p=0.006), and those receiving combination of cisplatin and vitamin E 50 mg/kgBW (p=0.003) and 200 mg/kgBW (p=0.001). Though not significant, testosterone levels were higher in P2 group than in P1 group (p=0.702). Conclusion: Exposure to cisplatin can lower testosterone levels in white rats, and the administration of vitamin E gives protection against such effect. 
URINARY RETENTION EFFECT IN THE INCREASED OF PSA EXPRESSION WITHIN PROSTATIC TISSUE Djatisoesanto, Wahjoe; Soebadi, Doddy M; Sudiana, I Ketut
Indonesian Journal of Urology Vol 22 No 2 (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32421/juri.v22i2.189

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Objective: To determine whether the increased of PSA expression within prostatic tissue and subsequent systemic blood circulation in acute urinary retention cases of nonmalignant origin were caused by acute inflammation on the prostatic gland. Following this inflammation, PSA willincrease, producing byacinar epitelial cells in the gland and continue to capillary vessels before entering the blood circulation. Material & method: Thirty male Rattus Norvegicus were randomly allocated into 3 groups. A control group underwent urethral manipulation, treatment-1 group and -2 group underwent proximal urethral ligation. Prostatectomy was performed after 24 hours in the control and treatment-1 group. Ligation was removed after 24 hours in treatment-2 group, and prostatectomy performed after 4x24 hours. Each prostate specimen was examined for PSA expression by immunohistochemistry methods in the prostatic gland. Statistical analysis of study data was analyzed by descriptive statistics and performed ANOVA with level of significance α = 0.01.Results: Study results showed an increase PSA expression significantly after urinary retention and returned to normal values four days later after relief of retention.Conclusion: Urinary retention caused acute inflammation on the prostatic gland and increased PSA expression within prostatic tissue. Entry of PSA into stroma and subsequent systemic blood circulation occur through significant increase in PSA production by acinar epithelial cells.
THE EFFECT OF THE DURATION OF INHALED NICOTINE EXPOSURE TO THE NUMBER OF LEYDIG, SPERMATOGONIUM, AND SERTOLI CELLS ON THE SPRAGUE-DAWLEY STRAIN WHITE RATS Hoesain, Fadil Pramudhya; Soebadi, Doddy M.; Djatisoesanto, Wahjoe
Indonesian Journal of Urology Vol 27 No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32421/juri.v27i1.596

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Objective: To analyze the differences of the number of Leydig, spermatogonium, and Sertoli cells in mice, after being given nicotine inhalation, and the effect of recovery when nicotine stopped. Materials & Methods: This is experimental studies with a post-test only control group design. The sample used was 36 adult male mice (10-12 weeks) (Rattus Norvegicus) Sprague-Dawley strain, which were divided into three groups. P1 group was given nicotine inhalation at a dose of 4 mg/kg/day for 15 days, P2 group was given nicotine inhalation at a dose of 4 mg/kg/day for 15 days and was free of treatment for 15 days. The control group (NC) has no treatment at all. Histological examination and calculation of Sertoli cells, Leydig cell, and spermatogonium were processed within 1 hour after terticular sample collection. Then carried out to statistical analysis. 100x and 400x magnification is used to obtain the histopathological. Results: Post-hoc LSD test for each variable (Leydig cells, Sertoli cells, and spermatogonium), showed that the NC group had a significantly higher number compared to group P1. P2 group has a significantly higher number compared to group P1. There is no significant difference between the NC group and the P2 group. There was a structural difference in the sample testicles which exposed to nicotine. Conclusion: Nicotine exposure with a dose of 4 mg/kg/day for 15 days has a significant effect on decreasing the number of Leydig cells, spermatogonium cells, and Sertoli cells in rats and giving a free-treatment period for 15 days, giving the testis time to do recovery and regeneration (the reversible damage of testicular structure).
TESTICULAR CANCER IN SOETOMO HOSPITAL SURABAYA: RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Mukti, Ade Indra; Hakim, Lukman; Djatisoesanto, Wahjoe; Hardjowijoto, Sunaryo
Indonesian Journal of Urology Vol 25 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32421/juri.v25i1.386

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Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the characteristics of the testicular cancer that were managed in Soetomo Hospital. Materials & Methods: This was a retrospective descriptive study. We reviewed the medical records of patient with testicular tumor admitted in Soetomo Teaching Hospital Surabaya, from January 2008 until December 2013. The data regarding demographic characteristics, clinical presentation, grading and staging based on pathological examination result, and the management of the cancer. Data was presented in tabular and narrative in order to know the number and percentage of testicular cancer in Surabaya. Results: There were 46 patients with testicular cancer with mean age of 27.1 ± 7.9 years. Peak incidence was 15–35 years old (54%). Testicular mass was the most frequent clinical presentation in 42 patients (91%), abdominal mass and other complaints in 4 patients (9%). Most of the patients live outside Surabaya in 34 patients (72%). Location of the tumor was more frequently in scrotum, which occured in 42 patients (91%). A total of 4 patients (9%) were found to have a history of UDT. Based on the TNM staging, patients with stage pT3 were as many as 20 patients (43%), pT4 11 patients (24%), pT2 7 patients (15%) and pT1 4 patients (9%). In regional lymph nodes staging (N) N3 were as many as 26 patients (57%), N0 9 patients (20%), N2 5 patients (11%) and N1 2 patients (4%). Metastase staging (M) M0 was found in 27 patients (58%) and M1 tumor was found 42%. The major pathological finding was seminoma in 37 patients (80%), Yolk sac tumor in 4 patients (9%), Embryonal Ca in 1 patient (2%), Teratoma in 1 patient (2%) and mixed germ cell tumor in 3 patients (7%). The most widely theraphy was underwent orchidectomy followed by PEB chemotheraphy in 29 patients (64%), 3 patients (6%) underwent EBRT and PEB chemotheraphy, 5 patients (11%) underwent PEB chemotheraphy, There were 9 patients (19%) underwent orchidectomy alone. Group of seminoma tumor show normal limit of tumor marker α-FP and β-HCG and increased in non seminoma. Conclusion: Testicular cancer mostly appears in younger males. Most of testicular cancer was seminoma, diagnosed in advanced stage with metastase 42% of the patient. Most of the patients received orchidectomy followed by PEB chemotheraphy.
PROFILE OF BLADDER TRANSITIONAL CELL CANCER IN SOETOMO HOSPITAL SURABAYA Abdih, M. Asro; Djatisoesanto, Wahjoe; Hardjowijoto, Sunaryo
Indonesian Journal of Urology Vol 21 No 2 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32421/juri.v21i2.31

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Objectives: To describe the characteristic of bladder transitional cell cancer (TCC). Material & methods: We reviewed the medical records of patients with bladder TCC admitted in Soetomo General Hospital Surabaya, from January 2008 until December 2012. The data regarding demographic characteristics, clinical presentation and staging, grading and staging based on pathological examinations results, and the management of the cancer.Results: The 126 cases, consisted of 102 men (81%) and 24 women (19%) with its ratio was 4.2 : 1. All male patients were heavy cigarette smokers. Mean age was 57.8 years, peak incidence was50-59 years. Hematuria was the mostfrequent clinical presentation (112 patients, 88.9%), urinary retention and other complaints (12 patients, 9.5%), and chronic dysuria (2 patients, 1.6%). Clinical staging was T1 as NMIBC in 7 patients (5.7%). MIBC consisted of T2 in 37 patients (30.3%), T3 in 35 patients (28.7%), T4 in 43 patients (35.2%). The pathological grading as an high-grade were 74 patients (64.3%). All patients had underwent TURBT for diagnosis and staging, followed by definitive treatment. It consisted of TURBT and chemotherapy bladder instillation in 7 patients (5.6%), radical cystectomy in 13 patients (10.3%), EBRT in 5 patients (4%), MVAC chemotherapy in 24 patients (19%), EBRT and chemotherapy with MVAC in 3 patients (2.4%). There were 74 patients (58.7%) underwent TURBT alone.Conclusion: Bladder TCC was in advanced stage when diagnosed, most of the patients received only TURBT and refused further treatment. Keywords: Bladder transitional cell cancer, characteristics, managements.
AGE-RELATED CHANGES IN RENAL RESISTIVE INDEX AFTER ESWL Hermawan, Anton; Alif, Sabilal; djatisoesanto, wahjoe; Wulanhandarini, Tri; Budiono, Budiono
Indonesian Journal of Urology Vol 21 No 1 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32421/juri.v21i1.7

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Objective: To determine relation between age and resistive index (RI) changes occurring after extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL). Material & Method: We performed a prospective study in Soetomo Hospital Surabaya. Using duplex ultrasonography, RI was determined in 20 patients with calyceal kidney calculi and pelvic kidney calculi. RI of the interlobar renal arteries were measured in the region near the calculi (distance, less than 2 cm), one hour before ESWL and RI was measured again at 1 hour, 3 days and 7 days after ESWL. Changes in RI values and relation with age (≤ 60 years old and > 60 years old) were evaluated. Results: The renal RI increased significantly 1 hour and 3 days after ESWL, but returned to before ESWL values 7 days after ESWL in the both groups. Although there was positive correlation between age and RI before ESWL, but there was no correlation between age and RI changes after ESWL. Conclusion: Renal RI is higher with age > 60 years, after ESWL renal RI showed transient increase which returned to baseline after 7 days.Key words: Color Doppler Ultrasonography, extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy, renal resistive index, calyceal kidney calculi, pelvic kidney calculi.
CORRELATION BETWEEN PROSTATIC URETHRAL ANGLE WITH CLINICAL PARAMETERS AND BOO IN LUTS ASSOCIATED WITH BPH Santoso, Kristian Yoci Santoso Yoci; Soebadi, Doddy M.; Djatisoesanto, Wahjoe; Budiono, Budiono
Indonesian Journal of Urology Vol 20 No 1 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32421/juri.v20i1.43

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Objective: We investigated the correlation of the PUA on clinical parameters and bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) in men with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) suggestive of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Material & Method: This study was performed between January to April 2011. A cross sectional analysis of 24 men with LUTS associated BPH aged > 50 years was performed. Patients underwent evaluation including International Prostatic Symptom Score (IPSS), transrectal ultrasonography, uroflowmetry, and pressure-flow study. Statistical analysis was performed to evaluate correlation of the PUA on clinical parameters and bladder outlet obstruction (BOO). Results: A total of 24 patients, aged 51 to 78 years were enrolled in this study. The mean value of total IPSS, prostate volume, PUA, and Qmax was 22 (range 7-35), 34,4 cm3 (range 21–70 cm3), 37,3° (range 25°–55°), and 10,5 mL/s (range 4,2–17,9 mL/s), respectively. Pearson’s correlation analysis showed that PUA was not significantly correlated with IPSS (p = 0,117), Qmax (p = 0,434), total prostate volume (p = 0,213). Patients with increased PUA (PUA > 35°) had higher incidence and degree of BOO (p < 0,05). Conclusion: PUA may be one method to assess the presence of BOO in men with LUTS associated BPH. Our investigation suggest that PUA may help in the treatment of individuals by better predicting their likely classification from a pressure-flow study.Keywords: Prostatic urethral angle, benign prostatic hyperplasia, lower urinary tract symptoms, bladder outlet obstruction.
STONE-FREE RATE DIFFERENCES IN KIDNEY STONES PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT TAMSULOSIN AFTER ESWL Prasadja, Nindra; Soebadi, Doddy M; Djatisoesanto, Wahjoe; Pudjirahardjo, Widodo J
Indonesian Journal of Urology Vol 18 No 2 (2011)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32421/juri.v18i2.71

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Objective: To determine whether the administration of tamsulosin, as adjunctive medical therapy, increases the efficacy of one session of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) to treat renal stones. Material & Method: A prospective randomized placebo controlled study enrolled 21 patients. They underwent a single ESWL session to treat solitary radiopaque renal stones 4 to 20 mm in diameter. After ESWL, the study group (11) received 0,4 mg tamsulosin daily and the control group (10) received placebo until stone clearance or a maximum period of 8 weeks. The primary endpoint was stone-free rate and parameters were stone size and clearance time. Results: The overall stone-free rate was better in the study group than in the control group (90,9% vs. 60,0%). The clearance time after 2, 4, 6 and 8 weeks was greater in the study group than in the control group (36,4%; 63,6%; 72,7% and 90,9% vs 30,0%; 50,0%; and 60,0% respectively) but statistically insignificant. Conclusion: Clinically, the results of our study have demonstrated that tamsulosin therapy, as an adjunctive medical therapy after ESWL, is more effective than lithotripsy alone for the treatment of patients with renal stones. Keywords: ESWL, tamsulosin, medical expulsive therapy, renal stones.