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In a study, men with Peyronie's disease who tadalafil 5 mg per day had decreased pain on erection and degree of penile curvature.
Burnout tied to depression, suicidal ideation; dispositional mindfulness linked to less burnout.
Assessments of androgen receptor, glycolysis prognostic in castration-resistant prostate cancer.
At 5 years, 59.3% of patients treated with sunitinib were free from recurrence versus 51.3% who received placebo.
Overall, 15.1% use cigarettes, with higher use among males, older adults, those with lower incomes.
Decrease in estimated out-of-pocket spending at the 25th, 50th, 75th percentiles; increase at 90th, 95th
Aspirin tied to reduced risk of mortality, myocardial infarction for patients undergoing noncardiac surgery.
Hypogonadal men who received testosterone replacement therapy had a lower incidence of prostate cancer than those who did not, and their cancers were less severe.
A novel approach called "Aquablation" provides results comparable to TURP, but with a decreased likelihood of retrograde ejaculation.
Symptom resolution at day 3 was met by 54% in the diclofenac group vs 80% in the norfloxacin group.
Complication rates were no higher with point-of-care ultrasound than CT.
Mean disease-specific survival at 10 years was 50.9% for TMT and 57.8% for RC patients, a non-significant difference.
In intervention studies, greatest risk of dry mouth found with urological medications.
Reduction occurred after implementation of EPA's maximum contaminant level for arsenic
In a prospective study, mCRPC patients placed on enzalutamide after their disease progressed while on abiraterone therapy had a median radiographic progression-free survival of 8.1 months.
In a small but meaningful number of patients, Gleason pattern 4 disease missed by MRI and systematic biopsy is present outside the focal ablation zone.
New study may redefine the "stone belt" in the United States.
Majority of survey respondents support gene editing to treat diseases but not human enhancement.
Robotic-assisted radical nephrectomy (RN) is associated with higher hospital costs and prolonged operating time compared with laparoscopic RN.
Only 36% of patients request oral opioid meds in PACU despite receiving opioid-free anesthesia.
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