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IJIR UCS: Low-intensity shockwave therapy in Peyronie’s disease: long-term results from a prospective, randomized, sham-controlled trial

In patients at the early stage of Peyronie’s disease (PD) or in patients unwilling to undergo surgery, low-intensity shockwave therapy (LiST) has emerged as a safe and effective conservative treatment modality for short-term pain reduction. The available randomized controlled trials on LiST report beneficial outcomes in terms of pain relief, but the efficacy of LiST …

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EAU Guidelines on Urethral Strictures

While the incidence of urethral strictures in women becomes more likely after 64, in men the mean age of incidence is 45 years old. Don’t miss the latest #EAUUrologyCheatSheets about #eauguidelines#urethralstrictures!!


 Varicocele is a common abnormality that causes dilation and tortuosity of the internal spermatic veins within the pampiniform plexus. It is present in almost 15% of the normal male population, 25% of men with abnormal seminal parameters, and 35-40% of men presenting with infertility. Main indications for treatment are significant testicular hypotrophy, pain, alteration in …

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EAU Guidelines on Urological Infections

Urinary bacteria growth is common and corresponds to commensal colonisation. Asymptomatic bacteriuria may protect against superinfecting symptomatic #UTIs. Understand the #EAUGuidelines on UTI quickly and easily with #EAUUrologyCheatSheets

Focal Therapies For Prostate Cancer

Focal therapies for prostate cancer are a set of minimally invasive techniques to remove small, localised tumours in the prostate in carefully selected patients. The goal is to successfully treat areas of cancer while preserving the rest of the gland intact and minimising side effects, including changes in urinary and sexual function. Thanks to Izasa …

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EAU Guidelines on Renal Cell Carcinoma

Renal Cell Carcinoma (RCC) is the most common solid lesion within the kidney, accounting for approximately 90% of all kidney malignancies. Review the #EAUGuidelines on #RCC in one page with this #EAUUrologyCheatSheets.

Urinary pH and renal lithiasis

There are many types of urinary #lithiasis. It is important to know their metabolic and pathological characteristics in order to offer an adequate treatment. Don’t miss this fantastic #urologycheatsheet!

EAU Guidelines on Urological trauma: Generalities and renal trauma

Trauma is the 6th leading cause of death globally accounting for 10% of all mortalities. #Renaltrauma is present in up to 5% of all trauma cases and  is most common in young males. Most injuries can be managed non-operatively. Don’t miss the latest #EAUUrologyCheatSheets!

Penile prosthesis, basics

A penile prosthesis (PP) is a medical device that is implanted inside the corpora cavernosa of the penis through a surgical procedure, to obtain an erection. It is an effective solution for organic erectile dysfunction (ED) in patients who do not respond to conservative (non-surgical) therapies. Patient satisfaction rates with penile prostheses are over 90%. …

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EAU Guidelines on Sexual and Reproductive Health, Male Hypogonadism

#Malehypogonadism is characterized by decreased production of #androgens and/or impaired sperm production. The prevalence increases with age and may affect multiple organ functions and QoL. Don’t miss this #EAUUrologyCheatSheets! #EAUGuidelines #testosterone #MensHealth

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