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The article of the month for December 2018 is on work carried out in Guangzhou, China: Super‐mini percutaneous nephrolithotomy vs retrograde intrarenal surgery for the treatment of[...]
In a recently published qualitative study, we found that urodynamic testing was acceptable to men with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), despite some reporting apprehension, dis[...]
The number of published systematic reviews and meta‐analyses in the urological literature has dramatically increased in recent years [1]. This is good news given their importance i[...]
©istock.com/f11photo The article of the month for November 2018 is on work carried out at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), Pennsylvania, USA: The United States o[...]
This issue’s Article of the Month is The effect of timing of an immediate instillation of mitomycin C after transurethral resection in 941 patients with non‐muscle‐invasive b[...]
This issue’s Article of the Month is Retzius‐sparing robot‐assisted radical prostatectomy using the Revo‐i robotic surgical system, carried out by a team from Seoul, Korea. T[...]
BAUS Day 3—Going home images and snippets… On the final night of BAUS, I had the honor of giving a dinner talk to the IBUS group—International British Urology Society.  With BAUS c[...]
Achieving the Promise of Digital Health: Are we There Yet? If Not, When…and How? Dr. Robert Wachter Day 2: The 2018 BJUI Guest Lecture: Dr. Robert Wachter.  Achieving the Promise o[...]
Day one at BAUS gets started with society meetings and the John Blandy Prize and Lecture delivered by Editor Prokar Dasgupta.  The winner was from Pisano et al from Turin, Italy on[...]
This issue’s Article of the Month is a multicentre trial led by researchers in Cambridge, UK. The cover shows a typical Cambridge scene of bicycles leaning against a college [...]