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Female urologists still earn less money than their male counterparts

(Elsevier Health Sciences) Although the field of urology remains largely male dominated, the proportion of female physicians specializing in urology has increased from less than 0.5percent in 1981 to ...

European Association of Urology (EAU) 2016 Congress

Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from EAU 2016. Medscape Urology

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The 31st Annual EAU Congress, EAU16

(European Association of Urology) We kindly invite you to join EAU16, Europe's biggest Urology event, from March 11-15 in Munich. This year's scientific program aims to motivate physicians to develop ...

Advances in laparoscopic surgery in urology

Laparoscopic techniques are subject to continuous change and benefit from new developments. Robot-assisted surgery has substantially revolutionized laparoscopy, increasing its distribution; however, i...

BRIEF-MDxHealth's study on assureMDx published in Journal of Urology

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Cook Medical gets global urology rights to Mauna Kea's Cellvizio

Mauna Kea Technologies SA granted Cook Medical Inc. global rights to sell its Cellvizio optical biopsy system for urology applications under a multi-year deal.

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Analysis of voiding dysfunction after transobturator tape procedure for stress urinary incontinence.

The definition of posttransobturator tape procedure (post-TOT) voiding dysfunction (VD) is inconsistent in the literature. In this study, we retrospectively investigated the risk factors for post-TOT ...

Incidence of successful voiding and predictors of early voiding dysfunction after retropubic sling.

There is a paucity of literature on resumption of normal voiding predictors after synthetic retropubic sling insertion and lack of a standardized method of determination. Our goals were to determine t...

Noxious electrical stimulation of the pelvic floor and vagina induces transient voiding dysfunction in a rabbit survival model of pelvic floor dystonia.

Existing data supports a relationship between pelvic floor dysfunction and lower urinary tract symptoms. We developed a survival model of pelvic floor dysfunction in the rabbit and evaluated cystometr...

Voiding trial outcome following pelvic floor repair without incontinence procedures.

Our aim was to identify predictors of postoperative voiding trial failure among patients who had a pelvic floor repair without a concurrent incontinence procedure in order to identify low-risk patient...

Can intraurethral stimulation inhibit micturition reflex in normal female rats?

The study was designed to determine the effect of low frequency (2.5Hz) intraurethral electrical stimulation on bladder capacity and maximum voiding pressures.

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