Upfront metastasis-directed therapy may be a viable treatment approach in patients with oligorecurrent disease, particularly those who wish to defer systemic therapy.
Patients with localized prostate cancer characterized by high-risk features are at increased risk of a negative outcome following radical prostatectomy.
A literature search of new studies clarifies, refutes, and expands on previous recommendations for managing new and established CIPN in patients treated with cytotoxic agents.
Patients with kidney stones who visited both a nephrologist and a urologist had a 6.6-fold higher likelihood of receiving testing for primary hyperparathyroidism, according to a study of veterans.
The increase is thought to be related to environmental factors.
In addition, dramatic decreases in colorectal cancer and breast cancer screening observed.
Combining 2 predictors yielded better results than just using 1.
Review shows history, exam necessary to reduce perioperative cardiovascular complications.
Men with GPS scores greater than 40 had a poor disease prognosis after surgery and their disease was likely to behave like that of high-risk patients.
Increase in risk with long delay of subsequent doses not significant for composite of all fracture types.