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Study questions necessity of postop laboratory studies after robotic prostatectomy

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“I think as technology evolves, we as urologists need to continue to evolve and make changes to our practice,” says Kevin T. Keating, DO.

In this video, Matthew A. Rohloff, DO, and Kevin T. Keating, DO, discuss findings from the Urology Practice study, “Are Postoperative Laboratory Studies Following Robotic Assisted Radical Prostatectomy Necessary?” for which they served as study authors. Rohloff and Keating are urology residents at Metro Health – University of Michigan Health, Wyoming, Michigan.

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