"When almost 80% of practicing urologists report that there is much more administrative workload in practice versus training and yet only 23% of residents expect this, that is a problem," writes Henry Rosevear, MD.
"It is imperative that APPs are active in advocacy for issues that remove barriers and ensure direct access to patients for their services," writes Adele M. Caruso, DNP, CRNP.
Igor Sorokin, MD, presents the case of a 36-year-old female in whom two proximal stones are seen on KUB, but intraoperatively, only one stone is seen.
"There is tremendous diversity within urology, enabling clinicians to practice in a variety of ways and settings, and there is clearly a huge demand for female providers," says Mara R. Holton, MD.
"We need to change not medicine but the delivery of medicine before the current system changes us anymore," writes Henry Rosevear, MD.
A 63-year-old African-American male presents to the emergency department with sudden onset of painless gross hematuria for one day. He reports dark red urine with clots causing occasional dysuria, difficulty emptying, and light-headedness.
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Injury stemming from awkward maneuvers and equipment can and should be prevented, says Henry Rosevear, MD.
This quiz focuses on a 40-year-old female who presents with a history of right flank pain and first urinary tract infection (UTI). After treatment of the UTI, she noted her right flank pain continued.
"Fresh out of medical school, I had lofty plans for intern year... Fast forward through orientation, and the ACGME-approved 80-hour work week was quick to remind me of the alternate meaning of the word ‘intern’: to be held prisoner," writes Kiran Sury, MD.