Philadelphia--Treatment for testicular cancer caused the rates of severe oligozoospermia and azoospermia to rise from 7% to 27% and 0% to 12%, respectively, in a study that suggests a need for sperm banking in men treated for the disease.
Perceptions of gender equity differ among male and female urologists
The study considered 4 dimensions of the workplace: equal access, work-life balance, freedom from gender bias, and supportive leadership.
Dr. Malik evaluates quality of Reddit content on recurrent UTIs
“I think we as urologists have to be proactive in providing information to our patients so that they avoid financial harm and potentially bodily harm from this sort of misinformation,” says Rena D. Malik, MD.
From staging to surgery: How innovation is customizing urologic care
Innovation is at the cornerstone for care in Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Urology, and it’s enabling experts to deliver more personalized approaches to patients.
Destigmatizing Urology: Dr. Blaivas discusses vaginal mesh surgery
“To me, the overwhelming thing is understanding that treatments are, by and large, effective,” says Jerry G. Blaivas, MD, FACS.
AUA census offers opportunity for urologists to have their voices heard
“Even though we set some priority areas, we also allow practicing urologists to make suggestions for things that they want to know about,” says Amanda North, MD.
Year in review: Female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery 2022 highlights
Dr. Van Kuiken discusses 2022 milestones in FPMRS and looks ahead to what might be on the horizon for the field in the coming year.
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