Aquablation therapy, indicated for men with benign prostatic hyperplasia, is designed to remove tissue with fewer side effects, giving the therapy an advantage over some existing procedures.Read More
Cleveland Clinic reconstructive urologists and colorectal surgeons describe a technique using the single-port robotic system to harvest a rectal mucosal graft in a patient with extensive urethral stricture disease.
A new study, not affiliated with Cleveland Clinic, finds that Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine produced the highest percentage of medical students who elected to enter urology and match into the field over a five-year-period (2016-2021). Residency Program Director Steven Campbell, MD, PhD, comments.
Urologists at Cleveland Clinic have found a new application for machine learning within their field, and they’re using it to improve shared decision making in the treatment of a common urologic diagnosis: overactive bladder.
Fertility preservation is currently not an option for prepubescent males who are undergoing gonadotoxic treatment or who have an infertility-causing disease, as they are unable to provide a semen sample. A team of Cleveland Clinic urologists and pediatric oncologists is hoping to change this.
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From developing new ways to screen for and treat genitourinary cancers to leveraging robotic and artificial intelligence platforms — our experts are transforming how urologic conditions are diagnosed and treated.
Patients can now undergo prostate surgery with epidural anesthesia and light sedation, known as twilight sleep, without the need for a ventilator general anesthesia.
Researchers led a comprehensive analysis of the cell populations within the human ureter. The findings, they say, offer a blueprint for future studies aimed at directing ureter tissue engineering in regenerative medicine.
Novel machine learning algorithms can be used to assist clinicians in predicting patient-reported outcomes following third-line treatments for overactive bladder.
A diverse set of neuroinflammatory genes have been identified in men with chronic orchialgia that differ from those seen in asymptomatic men, a finding that could lead to novel biomarkers and treatments.
Urologists in the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute at Cleveland Clinic have published two recent studies that describe and evaluate the performance of a new technique: single-port transvesical simple prostatectomy.