Annamarie Iannetta
New Products: MRI System improves lesion conspicuity, biopsy device receives FDA clearance and an App that tracks stent implants
Check out the latest products. From an MRI System that improves lesion conspicuity, a biopsy device receives FDA clearance and an App that tracks stent implants.
Difficulty with sleep may impact LUTS in men
Lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) are not just a problem with staying asleep. Difficulty with sleep may actually impact LUTS, say researchers at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
What everyone was talking about at AAD 2016
As AAD comes to a close, we wanted to know what the most interesting part of the conference was. We asked a few people, here’s what they had to say.
Treatment of OAB may reduce fall risk in older patients
Overactive bladder (OAB) and falls often carry a substantial burden for patients and society as a whole, and new research suggests that treatment of OAB may lower fall risk. Learn more
PCa studies: Optimized screening, treatment selection essential
Four PCa studies presented at the 2015 AUA annual meeting in New Orleans shed some light, with researchers emphasizing the need to optimize screening and to improve treatment selection in older men.
Where to get the latest on Zika virus
As you flip through the various TV channels, it’s the top headline scrolling across your TV screen on every news station, The Zika virus. This mosquito-born virus could soon make its way to the United States and is raising major concerns for pregnant women and physicians. Get the information you need to care for your patients.
New Products: Single-use ureteroscope, new FDA Approvals for RCC treatment, and an App that helps IC, chronic prostatitis patients
Check out the latest new products. From Single-use ureteroscope addresses shortcomings of reusable scopes, to an App that helps IC, chronic prostatitis patients choose the right foods and much more.
Product Update: Struvite stone Tx relaunched, ABMS offers MOC directory
Learn more about these products as well as a powered exam table and an app that measures, monitors, and helps improve fertility in men.
Study appears to refute obesity paradox in kidney cancer
In this interview Mark A. Preston, MD, MPH, of Brigham and Women’s hospital sat down with Richard. R. Kerr, Urology Times content channel director, to discuss the association between obesity and incidence of total and fatal renal cell carcinoma in two prospective cohorts. The interview was conducted during the AUA annual meeting in New Orleans.
Product Update: HIFU cleared, compact catheter launched
Other products highlighted in this slideshow include a trial system for incontinence therapy, a compact catheter, a wearable digital technology solution for continence care assessment and management, and laser fiber and sheath system.

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