Conservative management feasible for uncomplicated renal colic patients with positive urine cultures
“Though septic stones are well recognized as a medical emergency, patients with uncomplicated renal colic (without systemic inflammatory responses or renal impairment) and positive urine cultures pose a dilemma in management considerations,” the investigators explained in their abstract.
Unmet Needs for the Treatment of Enteric Hyperoxaluria
Dr. Kyle Wood discusses optimal avenues to increase patient and provider education on enteric hyperoxaluria and provides closing thoughts on the future management of enteric hyperoxaluria.
Segmental ureterectomy non-inferior to radical nephroureterectomy in high-risk UTUC
Findings presented at the 2021 Society of Urologic Oncology Annual Meeting demonstrate that segmental ureterectomy may be comparable to radical nephroureterectomy.
Phase 3 URIROX-1 Trial for Enteric Hyperoxaluria
Kyle Wood, MD, reviews data and clinical implications for the use of reloxaliase in enteric hyperoxaluria as seen in the phase 3 URIROX-1 trial and shares insight on additional ongoing trials.
Challenges with available treatment options for enteric hyperoxaluria
An expert in endourology discusses concerns with currently available treatment options for enteric hyperoxaluria and comments on detecting the disease for patients with recurring stones.
Treatment Options for Enteric Hyperoxaluria
Kyle Wood, MD, reviews current therapies and strategies for the management of enteric hyperoxaluria.
Clinical Presentation of Enteric Hyperoxaluria
Kyle Wood, MD, comments on the presenting signs and symptoms of enteric hyperoxaluria and complications of untreated disease.
Diagnosis of Enteric Hyperoxaluria
An expert endourologist describes the prevalence and diagnostic processes of
enteric hyperoxaluria, as well as common challenges faced in making a diagnosis.
Overview of Hyperoxaluria
Kyle Wood, MD, provides insight on the types of hyperoxaluria, the importance of disease education, and who should be screened for the disease.
Fluoroscopic Imaging and Other Developments in Urology
The rationale for utilizing fluoroscopic imaging as well as other evolving technologies that are currently being developed and explored in urology.
Advances in Imaging in Prostate Cancer
Reactions to advances in the quality and safety of newer imaging tests used in prostate cancer.
Urology Testing: Image Quality and Clinical Outcomes
Dr Brad Schwartz comments on his satisfaction with current imaging systems used in urology and the impact of image quality on treatment decisions and clinical outcomes.
Radiation Exposure From Imaging Assessments in Urology
Brad Schwartz, DO, FACS, comments on radiation exposure associated with imaging assessments used in urology and explains what he and colleagues are doing to minimize exposure and address patient concerns.
Current Imaging Methods Used in Urology
On overview of the current types of imaging assessments available to diagnose and manage patients with a urological disease.
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