Why researchers are hopeful that photonic lithotripsy, an innovative approach to fragmenting kidney stones, could be an alternative for patients who don’t succeed with current interventions.Read More
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.
An artificial intelligence-generated R.E.N.A.L.+ score — developed by a team of researchers at Cleveland Clinic — proves superior to the traditional scoring system for the prediction of renal oncologic outcomes.
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The authors discuss the nuance of UTI treatment and screening, including concerns related to testing for asymptomatic bacteriuria.
Automated urine technology has become a popular choice for urinalysis microscopy. But findings from a new Cleveland Clinic-led study call its utility for diagnosing acute kidney injury into question.
Research team investigates the presence and amount of viral RNAs in NEPTUNE biopsies to find associations with different types of kidney disease and establish an association with an infectious cause.
A new study led by investigators at Cleveland Clinic calls into question the accuracy of serum creatinine when estimating kidney function of individuals who are nonweight-bearing.
The number of men seeking vasectomies appears to have risen following the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning Roe v. Wade, according to new Cleveland Clinic findings that reinforce previous anecdotal reports.
Nephrologists publish review of the current landscape of genetic kidney disease and discuss the implications of genetic testing in the diagnosis and management of chronic kidney disease.