While they don't contact patients directly with personal social media accounts, physicians are aware of its importance with keeping patients updated.
Do urologists consider the possibility that conditions other than strictly urologic problems in men are causing or contributing to their symptoms? And how willing are urologists to coordinate with other physicians when patients' conditions suggest other care is needed?
Urologists were taken aback at the ruling, some less so than others, and their responses varied widely at what the law might mean for their practices and the delivery of health care in this country.
Urologists use apps on phones and tablets for the benefit of patients and their own convenience.
What role do you see for high-intensity focused ultrasound as a treatment for prostate cancer in the U.S.?
Urologists find HIFU promising, but remain cautious
U.S. Preventive Services Task Force report on PSA is another reason for men to avoid the doctor, urologists say
Most urologists say they've already seen reaction to the report's release and the resulting news coverage. Many are concerned that the USPSTF recommendation will give men another excuse to avoid the doctor's office.
Urology Times asks five urologists about diagnostic tests and practicing 'defensive' medicine.
Are you using (or will you use) onabotulinumtoxinA to treat certain patients with urinary incontinence?
Urology Times asked urologists if they would use botulinum toxin to treat urinary incontinence.
As has happened throughout the field of medicine over the past decade, a growing number of urologists are merging to create larger, more expansive urology practices. Here's how one newly merged practice stayed on track during the merger process.
We asked several urologists around the country if they conducted workups on their patients with ED to determine whether there was coexisting cardiovascular disease, or if they referred patients to cardiologists for an assessment before starting ED treatment.