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Over the past several years, with publications of studies evaluating multiple aspects of nephrolithiasis using large databases, our overview of kidney stone disease has vastly expa[...]
There are limited data available on the outcomes of cryosurgery for clinical T3 prostate cancer, and as such, the role of cryosurgery for clinical T3 disease is currently undetermi[...]
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[...]
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 [...]