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In the present issue of the BJUI, Singh et al. [1] present the results of a non-randomized prospective study comprising 80 patients who underwent ileal conduit diversion and 84 who[...]
Within the last few months of 2013, the Prostatic Urethral Lift procedure, using the UroLift® implant device (NeoTract, Inc., Pleasonton, CA, USA), appeared on the global urology s[...]
Ureteric stents are commonly placed after ureteroscopy to protect the ureter and to facilitate subsequent stone fragment passage. They are known to be a cause of significant morbid[...]
Surgical management of prostate cancer is one of the most frequently performed urological procedures [1]. Available data suggests that surgeons’ experience is correlated with both [...]
The ever increasing desire for instant access to information is a reflection of our times facilitated by social networks and by video and information technology. Nowadays, sport ev[...]
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[...]
Kluth et al. [1] have conducted a large retrospective study from several institutions in North America and Europe to assess the impact of blood transfusion on oncological outcomes [...]
The study by Atkinson et al. [1] published in the present issue of the BJUI is the largest study to date to address the role of non-infectious pneumonitis (NIP) as a predictive bio[...]
In their publication ‘Trends in renal function after radical nephrectomy: a multicentre analysis’, Chung et al. [1] suggest that after radical nephrectomy (RN), renal functional re[...]
As gatekeepers urologists remain at the frontline of urological oncology in a position of trust that they have held since Charles Huggins, Nobel Laureate in Urology, pioneered the [...]