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AUA 2015 take-homes: Sexual function/dysfunction
AUA 2015 take-homes: Sexual function/dysfunction
Here are the AUA 2015 take-home messages on sexual/dysfunction, presented by Landon Trost, MD.
Oral TRT agent may improve patient compliance
A novel investigational oral testosterone replacement therapy restored and maintained testosterone levels to a eugonadal range in 88% of hypogondal men treated with the agent in a randomized clinical trial.
Best of AUA 2015: PCa surveillance, surgical controversies create buzz
Urology Times’ “Best of AUA 2015” report provides a guide to the meeting’s take-home messages in 15 therapeutic areas—an information-packed, condensed summary of the top papers and presentations.
Best of AUA 2014: Transplantation/Vascular Surgery
Jeremy M. Blumberg, MD, presents the take home messages on transplantation/vascular surgery from the AUA annual meeting in Orlando, FL.
Best of AUA 2014: Penile, Testis, and Urethral Cancer
Philippe E. Spiess, MD, MS, presents the take home messages on penile, testis, and urethral cancer from the AUA annual meeting in Orlando, FL.
Best of AUA 2014: Trauma/Reconstruction/Diversion
Andrew C. Peterson, MD, presents the take home messages on trauma/reconstruction/diversion from the AUA annual meeting in Orlando, FL.
Best of AUA 2014: Stone Disease/Endourology
Matthew D. Dunn, MD, presents the take home messages on stone disease/endourology from the AUA annual meeting in Orlando, FL.
Marker may predict midurethral sling outcomes
A marker of collagen turnover proved to be the most predictive test for outcome after midurethral sling procedures, the authors of a multicenter study reported.
Prosthesis may offer relief from intractable priapism
Men with intractable priapism obtained immediate pain relief with few complications after implantation of a malleable penile prosthesis, data from a small clinical series showed.
Kidney injuries from sports often occur in isolation
Sports-related high-grade renal injuries occurred more often in isolation from other abdominal organ injury and without associated hemodynamic instability as compared with nonsports renal trauma, a statewide review of traumatic renal injuries showed.

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