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AUA issues recommendations on surveillance, opioidsContinuing its participation in the Choosing Wisely campaign, the AUA has added five new recommendations about tests and treatments that physicians and patients should question.
[Quiz]: Baby born with atypical genitalia, XY karyotypeA 3-month old baby born with atypical genitalia has an XY karyotype. The baby undergoes diagnostic laparoscopy. The baby is doing clinically well without medication.
Age linked to decreased pelvic floor strengthA recent study found that decreased pelvic floor strength after childbirth is 2.5 times more likely to affect women over age 25 years than younger women.
Testis cancer patients fare poorly under ACASince passage of the Affordable Care Act, the number of testicular cancer patients with insurance has dwindled, while rates of advanced testis cancer have climbed, according to a recent study.
Bladder Ca linked to risk of second primary cancerAmong survivors of the most common types of cancer, bladder cancer survivors have the highest risk for developing a second primary cancer, according to a recent study.