Urinary Incontinence & OAB Perspective

 
 

  • AUGS 2022 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from the AUGS 2022
  • Prostate Cancer e-Tumor Boards: Case 2: Early Detected, Low-risk Prostate Cancer   This case focuses on a 62-year-old gentleman, who is otherwise well, has a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test at 4.6. About six weeks later, his PSA was rechecked, and it was 5.0. The team discusses further testing and how to approach early, low risk prostate cancer.
  • Approaching ASCO 2022: Collaborations in the Management of Bladder Cancer   Cheryl Lee, MD, highlights sessions at ASCO 2022 on applications of AI and radiology, advances in molecular therapies, and challenging case studies in the management of bladder cancer.
  • AUA 2022 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from AUA 2022
  • Invisible Threat: Prostate Cancer Without Symptoms   Prostate cancer is often asymptomatic at the time of diagnosis, and treatment can affect quality of life more than the disease itself does. In this series, specialists discuss treatment benefit vs risk.
  • Prostate Cancer e-Tumor Boards: Case 1: Unfavorable Intermediate-Risk Prostate Cancer   This case focuses on a 62-year-old man with a PSA check of 18.77. He was referred to a urologist who performed a digital rectal examination, and there was an area of induration within the left prosthetic apex consistent with clinical stage T2a disease.
  • Kidney Stones: What Hurts and What Helps   The Curbsiders review the amazing tips they learned about urinary stone disease in a recent podcast with Dr David Goldfarb.
  • Managing the Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms of BPH   Recently released guidelines detail the various classes of pharmacotherapy to use in primary care settings, depending on the patient's symptoms, prostate size, and other factors.
  • Sleep Apnea Has Many Faces A 62-year-old patient was forgetting things and was worried she might be developing dementia.
  • AUA 2021 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from AUA 2021
  • An Ethics Challenge in Hospital Medicine It is important not to force a premature resolution of the situation through unilateral or coercive decisions.
  • A 62-Year-Old Man With Urinary Urgency This week's question features a man with urinary frequency.
  • Is TB12 Tom Brady's Secret to Success?   What is TB12, and is it what's behind Tom Brady's longevity and success? Not exactly, says Dr F. Perry Wilson.
  • Stop the Benzo: It's Worth the Screaming The potential benefits of benzodiazepines among older adults are simply outweighed by the risks. But is stopping them worth the fight?
  • ESC 2020 DAPA-CKD: SGLT2 Inhibitors 'The Beta-Blockers for the Kidneys'   Nephrologists Jennie Lin and Leslie Gewin discuss the effects of dapagliflozin in patients with CKD. How do the DAPA-CKD findings fit with the CREDENCE data on SGLT2 inhibitors?
  • 21 Clinical Mnemonics Physician-artist Nick Love's latest creations are whimsical and memorable. Who could forget four Mr Ts?
  • AUA 2020 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from AUA 2020
  • It's OK to Use Vaginal Estradiol Cream Longer Than 4 Weeks -- Here's Why   Recent guidance stating that women should limit their use of vaginal estradiol cream for safety reasons is not based on the evidence.
  • Using Newer Diabetes Agents: Assess the Most Pressing Need   In patients with diabetes who have known CVD, heart failure, or CKD, the most pressing need is to start an agent that will lower their associated risks, says Anne Peters.
  • Start the Conversation: Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause   Experts in reproductive science from the Women's Health Institute at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School discuss the signs, symptoms, and treatment of genitourinary syndrome of menopause.