A 34-year-old male has a known left atrophic kidney. He has been suffering from recurrent bouts of prostatitis and ejaculatory pain radiating to his left flank. An MRI was obtained to evaluate the patient’s anatomy.
Be prepared to supply supporting clinical reasons as part of your appeal to the payer.
"There isn’t any problem as long as it’s done in the context of caring," says one urologist.
Funds incorporate tax benefits with donor control over who receives grants.
Urologists who own advanced imaging centers will be directly at risk.
"Every effort should be made to reduce the cost of molecular testing and expand their access," writes Ashley Ross, MD, PhD.
A new study examining gene expression assays for stratifying prostate cancer risk is suggesting that it may be possible to develop lower-cost alternatives and expand access.
Independence isn’t gone entirely in today’s urology practice environment, but it is different.
Henry Rosevear, MD, explains how he left the AUA annual meeting in San Francisco a smarter urologist.