Cleveland Clinic researchers have identified distinct differences in both bacterial and fungal species among women with and without overactive bladder, suggesting the potential for new approaches to treatment.
Excessive scar tissue in the abdomen has historically excluded patients from prostate surgery, owing to their higher risk of bowel injury. But a new technique is changing this paradigm.
There’s nothing more controversial in the field of localized kidney cancer than decisions about who should get a partial and who should get a radical nephrectomy,” remarks Steven Campbell, MD, PhD, Chair of the AUA Renal Mass Guideline Panel and Vice Chairman of Urology at Cleveland Clinic.
Emily Slopnick, MD, a female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgeon, discusses the significance of the joint clinical guideline for neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction published by the AUA/SUFU.
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New data reinforce the utilization of kidneys for transplant from deceased donors with COVID-19.
Peyronie disease and erectile dysfunction are linked, although, it’s unclear which one occurs first. A urologist posits his own hypothesis and shares current guidelines for management.
An update in the management of acute ischemic priapism has been endorsed by the American Urological Association and the Sexual Medicine Society of North America: What does this mean for managing patient care?
A new guideline from the American Urological Association provides clinicians with advice on best practices for managing patients with localized renal masses and cancers.
As his four-year term ends, American Urological Association Secretary and noted Cleveland Clinic urologist Manoj Monga, MD, FACS, offers his take on the state of the specialty.