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EAU14 poll results

What was your highlight of this year’s EAU in Stockholm? 1. Live surgery sessions – 30% 2. ESU Courses – 9% 3. Section meetings – 13% 4. Plenary sessions – 35% 5. Poster sessions – 13%  


Surgical management poll results

With the recent publications in the NEJM and BMJ on surgical management of prostate cancer, do you think radical prostatectomy should now be the first choice for patients with intermediate or high risk disease? 1. Yes – the evidence is clearer now – 53% 2. Yes – but I already knew that – 27% 3. […]


Ketamine poll results

The problem with ketamine bladders is discussed in a recent blog on this site. With this being increasingly recognised, do you routinely ask younger patients with urinary symptoms about ketamine use? 1. Yes, but only when I suspect it – 36% 2. Yes – to all – 7% 3. No – not routinely – 57%  


MRI and prostate cancer poll results

In a recent article of week and editorial, the role of MRI in prostate cancer diagnostics is discussed. Do you in your current practice organise an MRI scan prior to biopsy? 1. Yes – to improve staging – 35% 2. Yes – to aid targeting of biopsy – 35% 3. Yes – but only to meet targets – […]


Poll Archive 2013

>>More Poll Results [tab] [tab_item title=”January’ label='[frame src=”IMAGE_SRC” width=”450″ height=”IMAGE_HEIGHT” lightbox=”on” title=”Jan Quiz 1″ align=”left” ] Poll 1 The BJUI website has undergone a radical change for the New Year. What do you think is the most useful or interesting feature for you? 1. Regular highlighted Article of the Week with free full text access – 42.75% […]



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Long live the BJUI

How time flies! It seems like only yesterday that I was appointed the 10th Editor‐in‐Chief of a 90‐year old major surgical journal. We assembled a dynamic team with a clear, modern vision and strategy. As we say goodbye, it is time to reflect fondly on our achievements. The most read surgical journal on the web? […]


Article of the week: The risk of developing cardiovascular disease is increased for patients with PCa who are pharmaceutically treated for depression

Every week, the Editor-in-Chief selects an Article of the Week from the current issue of BJUI. The abstract is reproduced below and you can click on the button to read the full article, which is freely available to all readers for at least 30 days from the time of this post. In addition to this […]


Editorial: Oxidative stress and lower urinary tract symptoms: cause or consequence?

Oxidative stress has been defined as ‘an imbalance between oxidants and anti-oxidants in favour of the oxidants, leading to a disruption of redox signalling and control and/or molecular damage’ [1]. Reactive oxygen and nitrogen species (ROS/RNS) produced under oxidative stress are known to damage all cellular biomolecules (lipids, sugars, proteins and polynucleotides). ROS/RNS is often […]

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