The FDA has authorized the marketing of the UroLift system, the first permanent implant to relieve low or blocked urine flow in men aged 50 years and older with BPH.
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While clinicians have been combating kidney stones for centuries, their knowledge about the best ways to prevent nephrolithiasis recurrence remains limited, a new review of existing research reveals.
The autonomy of a growing number of employed physicians should be respected, and patient care should come before the financial interests of employers, according to principles on physician employment adopted at the recent American Medical Association interim meeting in Honolulu.
Recent research suggests that two components of red meat?dietary protein and dietary iron?may combine to form powerful carcinogens that increase risk for bladder cancer.
Join Urology Times and Contemporary Pediatrics for a discussion about controversies over circumcision and its implications.
It would appear that the outcome of this year's presidential and congressional elections will be extremely close and will have a significant impact on the delivery of health care in this country, regardless of who the winners are.
Controversies related to circumcision could lead to a rise in medical liability for urologists performing this procedure, writes the American Association of Clinical Urologists' Tim Lytle.
About 40% of urologists report symptoms of burnout, a recent national survey of more than 7,000 physicians finds.
A team of scientists has discovered a key factor that drives chemotherapy resistance
A study presented at the 2006 AUA annual meeting linked abuse and interstitial cystitis, raised a storm of controversy, and prompted more studies that confirmed higher rates of abuse in women with IC or lower urinary tract symptoms than in controls. But have those studies answered the question?