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This issue’s Article of the Month comes from three Danish institutions including Aarhus University Hospital. The cover shows Aarhus Old Town, an open air museum of traditiona[...]
The authors of January’s BJUI Article of The Month come from Hamburg and Mannheim in Germany. The cover shows Hamburg’s Speicherstadt, the largest warehouse district in[...]
<1 year – 52% 2-3 years – 33% 4-5 years – 0% >5 years  – 15%  [...]
Here is a randomised trial from Denmark to uplift your mood this European summer. Penile vibratory stimulation may help with the recovery of erectile function after nerve-sparing r[...]
It remains a great achievement for an author to have his or her work published in a peer-reviewed journal such as the BJUI. There is a tremendous sense of fulfilment when the e-mai[...]
Some of my happiest memories are from my childhood. Part of it was spent in Lucknow where my mother had her ancestral home. An important city in Northern India, Lucknow was the sea[...]
The final, peer-reviewed version of this paper has been accepted for publication in BJUI. You can find it here. Please cite this article as doi: 10.1111/bju.12788 The social media [...]
Size (and shape) is important and sometimes strings should be attached, but quality matters most where the BJUI and stone disease are concerned … The Editor-in-chief of the BJUI ha[...]
Dr Marnique Basto (@DrMarniqueB) is a USANZ trainee from Victoria who has recently completed a Masters of Surgery in the health economics of robotic surgery and has an interest in [...]
From the spectacular rise of bitcoin to the passing of Mandela and Thatcher, the horrors of Boston and Nairobi to the resignation of the Pope, the breakthroughs in human stem cell [...]