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The Urology Foundation Cycle Challenge in Rajasthan 19 – 28 November 2015 In memory of Professor John Fitzpatrick         After the gruelling cycling challenges[...]
Professor John Fitzpatrick 1948-2014 A Life in the Fast Lane Wednesday morning, the 14th May 2014, John M Fitzpatrick passed away aged 65. He left this life the way he lived it, in[...]
The management of patients with chronic pelvic pain attributed to chronic prostatitis has long been rather unsatisfactory. Even prolonged treatment with an aminoquinolone, such as [...]
Which of us fancies ending their career with a spell in the clink? Being a surgeon in the UK has just become a whole lot riskier. We all know that in our job success can add extra [...]
Has anybody ever tried to record one of your consultations? Yesterday, a patient of mine took his smartphone out of his pocket, placed it on my desk and said: “you don’t mind if I [...]
(in memory of John Anderson MS FRCS) As most of you know, sadly John Anderson, President Elect of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, died this summer from advanced pro[...]
Roger Kirby*, Ben Challacombe*†, Simon Hughes*†, Simon Chowdhury*† and Prokar Dasgupta*† *The Prostate Centre, London W1 and †Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust [...]
Recently, I encountered, and indeed I actually caused, a complication of robot-assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP) which was new to me, and one which I felt that I should share w[...]
Changing paradigms in the investigation of an elevated PSA level Roger Kirby, Uday Patel, Ben Challacombe and Prokar Dasgupta The Prostate Centre, London, UK Published as a comment[...]