male infertility

Uro Pipeline: Data from mUC combination therapy suggests efficacy, safetyOther pipeline developments discussed include a bladder cancer test, a male infertility assay, and the first oral dosage treatment for hypogonadism.
AUA 2016: Experts offer guidance on the meetingTo guide you through the 2016 AUA annual meeting and help maximize your time, Urology Times’ editorial board has reviewed the program to identify the key trends and noteworthy research at this year’s meeting.
Uro Pipeline: FDA grants priority review to advanced bladder Ca agentAlso look for coverage of products in the pipeline for bladder pain syndrome/interstitial cystitis, prostate cancer, and male infertility.
Report documents gaps in infertility treatment accessEconomic, social, and cultural factors all have an impact on Americans’ access to effective infertility treatment, a new report states.
Sperm extraction: MicroTESE and multiphoton microscopyIn this video, the investigators demonstrate a promising technique using multiphoton microscopy to find tubules containing sperm during microsurgical testis sperm extraction.
Sperm extraction: Two percutaneous techniquesThis video describes and demonstrates two techniques for minimally invasive sperm retrieval appropriate for men with obstructive azoospermia.
Cost-effective workup of the infertile male patientIn this article, James M. Hotaling, MD, MS, outlines the elements that comprise a cost-effective workup of the infertile male patient.
State of Urology: Our experts' top picks for AUA 2015To help you maximize your AUA experience, Urology Times’ editorial board and other thought leaders have pored over hundreds of abstracts to identify the key trends and can’t-miss research from this year’s meeting.
Workplace exertion among factors linked to male infertilityA recent population-based analysis reveals lifestyle and health factors that appear to undermine male fertility.
Men's health: How urology and primary care can work togetherIn the experience of Martin Miner, MD, and Joel Heidelbaugh, MD, men’s health is far more than the working relationship between urology and primary care centered around male-specific medical concerns, and includes several different and significant subspecialties.