LATEST

Combined imaging technique feasible in POP repairReconstruction of anterior compartment defects using magnetic resonance-visible vaginal mesh implants in combination with post-surgical three-dimensional imaging is feasible and yields reproducible results, researchers report.
Proposed bill targets prostate cancer misdiagnosesLegislation that advocates believe would significantly reduce prostate cancer misdiagnoses is making its way through Congress and has the support of major urologic organizations and prostate cancer interest groups.
Progress on penile transplant moves forward"[Penile transplantation] is a real advance for patients who have a penile deficiency or penile loss," says Arthur L. Burnett, II, MD, MBA.
Penile transplant guidelines missing in actionThere are no national or international guidelines regarding penile transplants, raising a question without a concrete answer: What are the rules and the limits?
Top 6 stone disease articles of 2017Videos demonstrating ureteroscopy techniques, the debate over medical expulsive therapy, and research into ureteroscopy's possible effect on erectile function were among our most-read stone disease articles of 2017.
Challenging cases in urology: A case of hydronephrosis, sepsis, and pain
Top 5 bladder cancer articles of 2017A look at Urology Times' most-read articles on bladder cancer reveals a variety of topics, ranging from radical cystectomy to the role of protein- and cell-based urinary biomarkers for bladder cancer detection and surveillance.
When can modifier –25 be used with an E/M code?Ray Painter, MD, and Mark Painter address some misunderstandings involving evaluation and management coding.
Urologists' resolutions for 2018Giving back. Studying and following AUA guidelines. Getting a scribe in order to spend more face-to-face time with patients. These are just a few of the responses we received when we reached out to our Editorial Advisory Board, Reader Reactor Panel, and you to find out what your professional resolutions are for 2018.
[Quiz] Abdominal pain after laparoscopic nephrectomyA 46-year-old male underwent a left laparoscopic radical nephrectomy for a cT1b renal cell carcinoma. Intra-operatively, a rent in the descending mesocolon was made during bowel mobilization but was not closed. Subsequently, the patient presented to the emergency room 4 days later with complaints of sudden onset sharp abdominal pain and nausea. A non-contrast computed tomography scan was obtained. What is the diagnosis?

Poll