Most Recent Articles by Jody A. Charnow, Editor
Obesity is associated with an increased risk of PCa among African-American men, but not non-Hispanic white men.
The goal of clinical guidelines frequently is the development of evidence-based rationales for promoting the appropriate use of imaging studies, tests, medications, and procedures.
In a study, vitamin E added to antibiotics was better than antibiotics alone at lessening urinary tract symptoms in girls with pyelonephritis.
Recent meta-analysis compared continuous renal replacement therapy and extended daily dialysis.
New report shows that Montenegro had the lowest rate of renal replacement therapy.
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