Urology Research and Innovation

Seth Alpert, MD

A Successful, Office-based Approach to Cicatrix After Circumcision

The combination of two commonly used treatments may ultimately have better outcomes than either treatment alone.

Worth It

Worth It

Why Wrestling Through the Logistical Challenges of a Multidisciplinary Colorectal Center Matters.

M. Brian Becknell, MD, PhD

End-stage Renal Disease in Children with Obstructive Uropathy Is Predicted by Common Clinical Markers

Frequently measured clinical markers can predict end-stage renal disease in children with obstructive uropathy, according to a new study published in Pediatric Nephrology.

Daryl J. McLeod, MD, and John David Spencer, MD

Urology/Nephrology Combined Clinic Offers Benefits for Patients, Physicians and Researchers

A highly specialized clinic provides efficient care for patients with rare or complicated urinary tract conditions and offers patients, clinicians and researchers a win-win-win scenario.

Molly Fuchs, MD

A High Risk of Urological Diagnosis in Anorectal Malformations

A recent presentation underscores the importance of consulting urologists in the earliest stages of care.

Could Antimicrobial Peptides Be Biomarkers for Obstructive Uropathy?

New research reveals the expression of antimicrobial peptides — long associated only with infections — in children with obstructive uropathy, creating potential for a wide range of clinical applications.

A Successful Alternative to Traditional Open Ureteral Reimplantation

The minimally invasive vesicoscopic ureteral reimplantation approach can equal the open success rates, and patients experience less pain and scarring.