Girls with end-stage renal disease had 35% greater risk for death than boys.
Overall prevalence 11.5% in men, 3.2% in women; high-risk HPV also more prevalent in men.
But surgeon sex is not associated with differences in readmissions or complications.
The most common manifestation was disrespectful treatment by nursing or other support staff.
Among stage 2 to 4 bladder cancer patients, women had lower cancer-specific survival than men.
Graft failure risk was highest when a recipient of a kidney from a donor of the opposite sex was more than 66 pounds heavier than the donor.
New and established peritoneal dialysis patients both showed this trend.
A study suggests that female physicians do not use as many codes as their male counterparts, resulting in a reimbursement gap.
Women prefer female doctors, but urology has one of the largest gender gaps in medicine.
The effect of gout on type 2 diabetes risk was more profound in women than men.
Significant differences seen even after accounting for age, experience, specialty, and faculty rank.
Women with stage IV bladder cancer have a lower median overall survival rate when compared to men.
Cancer-specific survival at 5 years was 76.9% for men and 71.5% for women.
Female gender and more severe angina based on Canadian Cardiovascular Society class were considered predictors of depression.
Women need to become better negotiators and lobby for transparency to reduce gender wage disparity.
Women were more susceptible to ischemic stroke in the first 2 days following a daylight savings time transition.
Effect seen in women, not men; strongest effect seen in the highest tertile of DASH scores.
Review found atrial fibrillation linked to higher risk of stroke, cardiac events, death in women.
Changes in individual lifestyles and how foods are produced are needed to lower consumption.
Findings in multivariable analysis after adjustment for relevant factors; no difference in job satisfaction.
Greater additional risk for women with diabetes for vascular, but not nonvascular, dementia.
Study finds no gender differences in parathyroid hormone, ferritin, Kt/V, or age.
Younger women less likely than men to be warned of risk, get same treatments or survive after MI.
In men, the longitudinal changes in LV mass opposite of cross-sectional changes.
Women with a BMI between 25 and 29.9 kg/m have the greatest survival advantage.
Prevention of cardiovascular events in women with diabetes should be approached differently from men with the disease.
Disparities in care may be one reason for the racial differences, researchers say.
Only 1 in 3 older adults have their diabetes controlled as defined by ADA guidelines.
Larger differences in nonfatal events seen for whites versus blacks; risk of death not affected by race.
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