Pre- and post-operative education sessions for men undergoing prostatectomy have been shown to improve outcomes—what hasn’t been clear is why. A new study links preparedness before prostatectomy by tracking patient satisfaction up to one year after the surgery.
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.
A new study shows that advanced urologic oncology training significantly increases a urologist’s likelihood of detecting prostate cancer via biopsy.
Connect with our staff in the following sessions at the Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction 2019 Winter Meeting.
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A new Cleveland Clinic study documents the impacts that shortages of the immunotherapy agent Bacillus Calmette-Guerin have had on clinical management of non-muscle invasive bladder cancer. Urologic oncologist Robert Abouassaly, MD, discusses the findings and implications.
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In this Q&A, Georges-Pascal Haber, MD, PhD, discusses his leadership style, the role of research and plans for the future.
Connect with our staff at the following poster sessions and roundtable at the 2018 ASRM Annual Meeting.
A new single-port robotic surgical system has potential to overcome restrictions with existing platforms, making robotic laparoendoscopic surgery possible through a single 1 inch incision.
Urologist Robert Abouassaly, MD, MSc, says the specialty continues to shift the risk-benefit ratio in favor of the patient.