Post-RP billing for biofeedback raises questions of coverage, medical necessity
Medicare typically does not pay for preventive services unless specifically allowed.
Lithotripters Trilogy and ShockPulse-SE show efficacy for stones
“For harder, more aggressive stones, I'm more likely to use the Trilogy based on the results of the study. If I have a softer, easier stone, I prefer the lightness of the ShockPulse," said lead study investigator Amy E. Krambeck, MD.
What have been the biggest changes in the way you treat prostate cancer over the past few years?
“New and different drugs indicated at different points in the treatment cycle have been the biggest change," says 1 urologist.
Multiparametric-MRI in prostate cancer: An expert’s view
In this interview, Marc A. Bjurlin, DO, MSc, FACOS, explains the advantages of prostate MRI, in which patients it is best used, and whether it can be considered the gold standard for prostate cancer detection
Urology Malpractice: The deposition process
Deposing witnesses allows for presentation of factual issues in a case.
Pre-visit BPH decision aid provides valuable insights and optimizes care
The research also showed that the decision aid was well-received by patients as both satisfaction of men who used the tool and their willingness to recommend their physician were very high.
Urology Times Money Matters: How does increased inflation affect the economy?
Inflation within healthy ranges can be advantageous for consumers.
VA data show survival boost with enzalutamide over abiraterone in mCRPC
The benefit was more pronounced in patients who received only 1 treatment—enzalutamide or abiraterone—and no docetaxel.
Proinflammatory diet linked to testosterone deficiency
Researchers suggest diet may play important role in male reproductive health.
Study supports routine brain imaging at baseline in metastatic kidney cancer
"Brain imaging is routinely obtained for kidney cancer patients with symptoms that suggest CNS metastases, but none of the patients with brain metastases included here were symptomatic," said Martin H. Voss, MD.
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