Much to love and learn in San Fran: A top 10 list for AUA 2018
Urologist Henry Rosevear, MD, shares what he's most looking forward to at the AUA annual meeting in San Francisco.
Lessons of residency extend beyond the technical
"In order to complete our transformation into urologists, we must learn to understand and respect the multifaceted importance of responsibility for our patients, our teachers, and our mentees," writes Nirmish Singla, MD.
What new clinical guidelines would you like to see?
"One thing I would like to see some guidance on is what to do about patients who use marijuana recreationally," says one urologist.
Management of nocturia: An unmet need in LUTS
In this article, we review the underlying causes of nocturia and outline an approach to its diagnostic evaluation and treatment.
Urology groups hail recent policy victories
Urologists can claim substantial victories as a result of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, signed into law by President Trump in February-including an end to the Independent Payment Advisory Board, which had been established by the Affordable Care Act to help control Medicare spending.
Lawmakers take divergent paths on referral laws
"In recent years, lawmakers in several states considered legislation to conform their laws and exceptions to those outlined in the Stark law," writes the AACU's Ross E. Weber.
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