Postmenopausal women who are Hispanic, obese, and/or diabetic appear to be at higher risk for urogenital symptoms, according to findings from a large study.
AUGS Position Statement on Gender Affirmation
The position statement is meant to iterate AUGS' support for gender inclusion of both patients and health care providers.
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.
AUGS Position Statement: Vaginal Pessary Use and Management for Pelvic Organ Prolapse
The purpose of this clinical consensus statement is to identify areas of expert consensus and nonconsensus regarding pessary fitting, follow-up, and management of pessary complications to improve the safety and quality of care where evidence is currently limited.
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.
Apply for a 2024 AUGS Foundation Grant
The goals of the American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) program are to support novel clinical, translational, and bench research pilot projects and enable early career investigators to obtain future independent funding for research.
American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) Coding Webinar Series
There are several new CPT codes for 2024, including Category III codes for tibial nerve stimulation and other changes to codes in the treatment of urinary incontinence.
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