New findings provide a rationale for reexamining the hepatitis C virus penalty assigned by the Kidney Donor Profile Index, which is used to indicate the quality of deceased-donor kidneys.
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A shift to less invasive management of ureteric stones during the COVID-19 pandemic did not adversely affect the treatment success rate, according to a study conducted in the United Kingdom.
The increased risk for several urinary tract problems among women diagnosed with endometrial cancer varies by age and race or ethnicity, a study found.
In a study, aviremic recipients of HCV-positive and HCV-negative deceased donor kidneys had similar 12-month transplant outcomes.
Inhaled nitric oxide appears to increase the risk for severe acute kidney injury among ICU patients with COVID-19, a French study suggests.
Investigators zero in on mortality risk factors in patients with cancer who contract COVID-19.
Study reveals that almost 90% of men have hypogonadism at the time of hospital admission for COVID-19.
In an address during the American Urological Association’s 2020 Live Virtual Experience, Anthony S. Fauci, MD, a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, said the coronavirus pandemic is nowhere near over, but public health measures are making a big difference in reducing the number of cases and related deaths.
Experiences during the COVID-19 crisis could speed changes in healthcare delivery.