UT CME

Risk stratification in nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancer (CME)By risk-stratifying nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancers, urologists can characterize pathologic subtypes and develop individualized treatment and surveillance strategies.(CME)
Risk stratification in nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancer (CME)By risk-stratifying nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancers, urologists can characterize pathologic subtypes and develop individualized treatment and surveillance strategies.(CME)
Management of postoperative ileusPostoperative ileus is a common result after major abdominal surgery, and frequently resolves within days after surgery. However, prolongedileus can result in increased pain and morbidity and increased time to hospital discharge. A multimodal approach using preventive and therapeutic strategies can definitively mange postoperative ileus.
Radiosurgery: Potential urologic applications
Searching for an effective prediction tool for prostate cancer
Postoperative bleeding: Prevention and management following urologic proceduresPostoperative bleeding is a troublesome complication that can occur following virtually any type of urologic procedure. Prevention is the ideal treatment whenever possible. However, given the complexity and learning curve of many procedures, bleeding complications can and do occur.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (American College of Physicians PIER)
Male Hypogonadism (American College of Physicians PIER)
Renal Cell Carcinoma (American College of Physicians PIER)