Sun, sea, sand and stones: BJUI on the beach. Welcome to this month’s BJUI and whether you are relaxing on a sun-drenched beach or villa somewhere having a hard-earned break,[...]
Posterior urethral distractions occur in up to 25% of cases of blunt force pelvic fractures. Proper repair of these pelvic fracture urethral injuries (PFUI) is an art that requires[...]
The work of the authors [1] towards robotic training and credentialing is much needed and should be applauded as increased scrutiny is being placed on complications associated with[...]
The present prospective study by Palou et al. [1], conducted in eight Spanish centres, documents the use of hexaminolevulinate fluorescence cystoscopy (FC)-guided bladder tumour re[...]
The authors of this paper [1] are to be congratulated on exploring lymphovascular invasion (LVI) as a possible singular prognostic marker for time to recurrence and overall surviva[...]
When Ferguson et al. [1] demonstrated ATP release from the rabbit bladder and concluded: ‘… ATP is released from the urothelium as a sensory mediator … ’, they opened a new field o[...]
This is a useful reference on penile size, flaccid, stretched and erect [1]. It is interesting to note that the stretch length is quite a useful surrogate for erect length. Measuri[...]
The Lancet, established in 1823, is one of the most respected medical journals in the world. It has an impact factor of 39, and therefore attracts and publishes only the very best [...]
The article by Komninos et al. [1], in this issue of the BJUI has looked into the importance of warm ischaemia techniques in robot-assisted partial nephrectomy (RAPN) on the deteri[...]
18F-choline positron emission tomography (PET)/C T has become a modern imaging technique in men with prostate cancer and biochemical relapse after local treatment with curative int[...]