A large, long-term study found no evidence of an association between a high level of metabolic factors and PCa risk.
Cranberry juice is less effective than previously indicated.
Microbial DNA revealed marked differences in the abundance of 190 bacterial OTUs between the two groups.
The increased risks for cardiovascular mortality in patients with renal failure may be attributable to an impaired endothelial glycocalyx barrier.
Vasectomy should be considered for permanent contraception much more frequently.
Contrast-enhanced ultrasound can detect almost three times as many higher-grade prostate cancers using half a many needle biopsies.
A protein that confers a worse prognosis in bladder cancer when present in high levels may be regulated by androgens, suggesting a role for antiandrogen agents in the treatment of this disease.
The FDA has approved the production and use of Choline C 11 Injection, a PET imaging agent used to help detect recurrent PCa.
In an analysis, greater severity of retinopathy was strongly associated with lower estimated glomerular filtration rate.
Those who had ever smoked marijuana were almost twice as likely as non-users of marijuana to develop the disease.
A survey demonstrated that those with the highest intake of vitamin C had approximately 16% less sperm DNA damage.
Periurethral injection of human amniotic fluid stem cells restored the urethral sphincter to apparently normal histology and function.
Black men undergoing radical prostatectomy (RP) were 33% less likely to use a high-volume surgeon.
Insufficient evidence exists to recommend routine screening for chronic kidney disease (CKD) in asymptomatic adults.
Anticoagulant use may lower the risk of death from prostate cancer (PCa).
A new device called a continuous LiRIS provided relief to 16 women with IC/BPS.
The FDA has granted premarket approval to a test that assesses a patient's viral load of CMV.
Both gene sequences were identified in a high and approximately equal proportion of 100 normal, benign, and prostate cancer (PCa) specimens.
During a median follow-up of 29 months, 65 of 100 consecutive patients with idiopathic membranous nephropathy achieved complete remission.
A new equation that uses both creatinine and cystatin C measurements provides a more accurate estimate of kidney function than either marker alone, according to a new study that included data from diverse populations totaling 5,352 participants across 13 studies.