Study reveals a 2-fold greater likelihood of primary kidney and bladder cancer compared with men in the general population.
Compared with standing, sitting was associated with significantly lower post-void residual volume.
Patients with substance use disorder are more likely to be hospitalized and to make emergency department visits.
Following surgery, improvement in sexual satisfaction correlated with improvements in all lower urinary tract symptoms.
Study finds a 19% increased risk of distant metastases or death from the cancer.
Those with depression, intermediate- or high-risk disease undergo less treatment.
Men who took cranberry capsules during and after external beam radiation treatment experienced less severe symptoms of cystitis.
Use of low-molecular-weight heparin decreased the risk of death by 52%.
In a study, the biochemical recurrence-free and metastasis-free survival rates were 73% and 97.5%, respectively, at 10 years.
Finding runs counter to some prior reports; much larger trials are needed, experts say.
Researchers compared with low-intensity shockwave therapy with sham treatment.
Prostate cancer patients with health insurance are less likely to present with metastatic disease or die from the cancer than uninsured patients.
After 5 years, nearly two thirds of men remained on active surveillance.
Men aged 61 and older at diagnosis are more likely to die from the malignancy than men aged 50 or younger.
Compared with whites, blacks and Hispanics have 42% and 23% increased odds, respectively, of being diagnosed with high-risk prostate cancer.