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Watch out for these 7 common EHR mistakes
Watch out for these 7 common EHR mistakesIn our review of hundreds of charts from multiple EHR systems, several frequently made errors emerged, and for this article, we will discuss seven common mistakes end how to avoid them.
Extracapsular prostate cancer leads patient to sue
Extracapsular prostate cancer leads patient to sueIn this case, the man currently has no evidence of metastatic disease or other long-term injury from his claimed negligence that the physicians allowed the cancer to become extracapsular during the 6 months of following his PSA levels.
Advanced imaging for recurrent PCa: Is the future now?
Advanced imaging for recurrent PCa: Is the future now?In this interview, Peter L. Choyke, MD, discusses current methods of detecting biochemical recurrence with imaging, promising new techniques to localize recurrence, and cost considerations.
Long-term TRT study refutes concerns about prostate safety
Long-term TRT study refutes concerns about prostate safetyA study of more than 300 men sheds new light on the prostate safety of testosterone replacement therapy.
Pediatric hypospadias repair in 2015
Pediatric hypospadias repair in 2015This article provides a contemporary perspective on several aspects of hypospadias surgery, including preoperative counseling, use of androgen stimulation, and technical nuances for repair of routine midshaft-to-distal hypospadias, as well as more complex cases.
Tele-urology moves from concept to practice
Tele-urology moves from concept to practiceThe use of telemedicine has the potential to improve access to care while reducing costs, say proponents of the practice.
Nephrectomy gone wrong leaves patient paraplegic
Nephrectomy gone wrong leaves patient paraplegicOne of the most damaging scenarios to the defense in medical malpractice cases is that of dueling defendants.
ICD-10: Different codes but identical guidelines
ICD-10: Different codes but identical guidelinesThe Painters compare ICD-9 and ICD-10 in the context of coding for treatment of patients with cancer.
Promoting TRT online: Balanced information lacking
Promoting TRT online: Balanced information lackingPatients taking to the Internet for information about testosterone replacement therapy are likely getting an incomplete picture of the potential risks and adverse effects linked with the treatment, say researchers from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, and the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Urology Times show coverage AUA 2015
Urology Times show coverage AUA 2015Latest news, updates, and highlights right from AUA 2015