Urological Foot Prints in Kenya: "That Water May Flow": A story about Male Genital Cancer and Dysfunction

Citation:
Magoha GAO. "Urological Foot Prints in Kenya: "That Water May Flow": A story about Male Genital Cancer and Dysfunction." Journal of Discovery and Innovation. . 2004;16:5-19.

Abstract:

The main thrust of my Urological research has been on genital cancer (penis, prostate and testis), torsion of the testis and erectile dysfunction. This lecture will focus on these although I have also researched on many other Urological topics in this locality including chronic prostititis (Magoha, 1996), Scrotal gangrene (Ayumba and Magoha 1998), renal transplantation (Rowe and Magoha 1987, Magoha and Ngumi 2001) and autologous blood transfusion (Magoha et al 2001 among others. The immediate environmental impact of my research works on genital cancer and dysfunction has resulted not only the free flow of water, but the free flow of knowledge from one doctor to another within this country and beyond. These are my Urological footprints in Kenya which I hope have made modest but significant contribution to the surgical history of this country and locality 'that water may flow'.

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