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Opioid Abuse After Urologic Surgery

Opioid Abuse After Urologic Surgery

Surgeons must balance the pain-control needs of patients with the devastating consequences of the epidemic.

Prostate Cancer Tests Are Fine With Patients Permission

Prostate Cancer Tests Are Fine With Patients Permission

Routine prostate cancer screenings can be done as long as the patient makes the decision after a physician consultation.

Ebola: Experimental Vaccine Considerations

The number of suspected Ebola cases in the Democratic Republic of Congo has risen to 37.

New Studies Confirm Advantages of Blue Light Cystoscopy

Steinberg: Two new studies show that blue light cystoscopy offers a significant advantage over white light cystoscopy identifying bladder tumors.

Imaging Technique Improves Bladder Tumor Surveillance

Daneshmand: Blue flexible cystoscopy used in an office-setting can improve detection of bladder cancer recurrence.

Bladder Cancer Survival Worse Among Women Despite RC

Bladder Cancer Survival Worse Among Women Despite RC

Among stage 2 to 4 bladder cancer patients, women had lower cancer-specific survival than men.

Novel Cystoscopy Use in the VA System

Liao: Bladder cancer is among the more common cancers encountered in the veteran population and use of blue light cystoscopy has improved the detection.

Maple Syrup Extract May Aid Ciprofloxacin and Carbencillin Potency

Researchers found that a phenolic rich extract from maple syrup can increase the potency of certain antibiotics against E coli, P mirabilis, and P aeruginosa.

Kidney Week Video Survey: Deidra C. Crews, MD, ScM, FASN

Deidra C. Crews, MD, ScM, FASN gives us her opinion on our survey question "Do you think many CKD patients are being placed on dialysis too soon?" and how patients with high GFR show little to no differences in outcome than patients with low GFR.

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