Nocturia-induced repeated awakenings during the night may be associated with falls, as well as influence fatigue and other factors that are related to falls during the day, a new study reports.
A capsule invasion scoring system called i-Cap (invasion of pseudocapsule) offers benefits in classifying renal cell carcinoma pseudocapsule integrity, with scores appearing to be independent of surgical technique, a recent study has found.
A history of acute kidney injury (AKI) may be associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes, according to a new study.
Experience-sharing interview: Managing a complicated case of lower urinary tract symptoms
Single weekly sessions of parasacral transcutaneous electrical neural stimulation (PTENS) show potential in the treatment of paediatric overactive bladder (OAB), producing improvements in urinary urgency and enuresis, a study has shown.
Maternal smoking during pregnancy may be a risk factor for childhood proteinuria, a recent study reported.
Erectile dysfunction may potentially be associated with gout, a new systematic report and meta-analysis reveals. However, the low quality and high degree of heterogeneity among the studies included reduce the certainty of this conclusion.
Poor sleep quality may increase the risk of hypogonadal symptoms and sexual dysfunction in men working nonstandard shifts, a study suggests.
It appears that en bloc ligation is as safe as and can even be more time-saving than conventional renal pedicle dissection and isolated vascular ligation in terms of perioperative factors, according to the results of a meta-analysis.
Annual prostate screening with prostate-specific antigen (PSA) provides no significant mortality benefit, according to a new trial.