Men who eat over 10 portions a week of tomatoes have an 18% lower risk of developing prostate cancer, according to a newly published study from the United Kingdom.
Results of a study that included approximately 50,000 patients point to an association between kidney stones and incident cardiovascular disease and stroke.
In these videos, H. Ballentine Carter, MD, discusses the evidence supporting active surveillance, and Leonard S. Marks, MD, and colleagues outline which men are good candidates for surveillance.
In this first installment of UrologyTimes.com's new video section, called ‘Y’tube, we present videos from high-volume prosthetic surgeons performing inflatable penile prosthesis (IPP) placement and discussing diagnosis and management of ED. William O. Brant, MD, offers the following general commentary about these procedures, as well as specific comments in the text accompanying each individual video.
As it becomes apparent that more prostate cancers are clinically insignificant than previously believed, the role of active surveillance in the management of men with low-risk prostate cancer merits expansion.