Medical News

Adaptation of the Prostate Biopsy Collaborative Group Risk C...

The performance accuracy of PBCGRC for the prediction of any and HGPC in men undergoing prostate biopsy with PSA...

29 May 2020

Bipolar versus Monopolar Transurethral Resection of Non-musc...

Our analysis demonstrated that bTURBT has no significant advantages in efficacy and safety in NMIBC treatment...

28 May 2020

Enhanced Super-mini-PCNL (eSMP): Low Renal Pelvic Pressure a...

Enhanced SMP (eSMP) was safe and effective in the management of 2–5 cm renal calculus. It can keep a lower renal...

27 May 2020

Comparison between Shockpulse and Pneumatic Lithotripsy in P...

Despite similar stone-free rates and complications between the two Groups, shockpulse has significantly lower stone...

26 May 2020

Key Trials

Lower Stone Pulverization Time with Moses Mode as Compared to Regular Mode of Holmium Laser Lithotripsy

Moses mode of Holmium laser lithotripsy was associated with significantly lower stone fragmentation/pulverization time and lower procedural time as...

Enhanced Outcome with Silodosin

Silodosin has 583-fold higher selectivity for the alpha-1A subtype than alpha-1B subtype, thus is more uroselective than tamsulosin. Silodosin...

Tamsulosin Reduces Night Time Urine Production in Nocturnal Polyuria Due to BPH: A Single-Arm, Open-Label, Prospective Study

The study showed that tamsulosin reduces nocturnal polyuria due to BPH by decreasing night time urine production over the long term. Probable...

Vibegron Significantly Reduces Urgency Urinary Incontinence in Overactive Bladder

Treatment with vibegron was associated with a significant reduction in the number of urgency urinary incontinence (UUI) episodes/d and significant...

Slide Library

Structured Health Education Programme For Patients with BPH / LUTS

Read about how various lifestyle modification advices can improve quality of life of BPH patients and how delivering them in a structured rather...

Email this page
Thulium LASER use in BPH

Know about the benefits to the patient and surgeon by this forward-looking technique as compared to conventional BPH surgical techniques.  

Email this page
Interface of Diabetes Mellitus with Urology

Know about the urological and andrological complications of diabetes mellitus and their underlying pathophysiological mechanisms.  

Email this page

Our Publications

Update on Urolithiasis: Evaluation of Relation between Renal Papillary Abnormalities with Stone Composition and Description into a New Classification by Flexible Ureteroscopy

This update on urolithiasis described the incidence of papillary abnormalities in patients undergoing flexible ureteroscopy and its relation with...

Update on Urolithiasis: Evaluation of the Association of Obesity with Perioperative Outcomes following PCNL in Patients with Kidney Stones

This update on urolithiasis evaluated the association of obesity with adverse outcomes following percutaneous nephrolithotomy.

UTI: Physician Update

Physician update (issue 3) takes you through the recent news & information related to Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) followed by the various...

Role of Pyridoxine in Management of Urolithiasis

This literature provides information on role of pyridoxine in prevention of recurrence of calcium oxalate stones.

Patient Education

All You Wanted to Know about Prostate Cancer

Prostate is one of the most common cancers in men. This material describes risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. Also,...


Which testosterone preparation do you prefer in your patients with late onset hypogonadism?
Testosterone Cypionate/Enanthate
14% (1 vote)
Testosterone undecanoate injection
43% (3 votes)
Testosterone decanoate + testosterone isocaproate + testosterone phenpropionate + testosterone propionate injection
14% (1 vote)
Oral testosterone undecanoate
29% (2 votes)
Testosterone gel
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 7