In This Article
- Health care professionals at this year’s AUA conference discussed research findings, novel treatment approaches and advances in clinical care
- These presentations and conversations covered the full spectrum of urologic care, ranging from bladder to prostate, women's health, urologic oncology and beyond
- Mass General urologists were featured in a range of trade publications on topics such as the disambiguation of the term "vaginal rejuvenation," the release of the first uncomplicated recurrent UTI guideline, transurethral ultrasound ablation and insights on the utility and danger of transvaginal mesh
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At the 2019 American Urological Association (AUA) annual conference, specialists from the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Urology presented on leading research and innovative treatment approaches. Their sessions covered the full spectrum of urologic care, including bladder, prostate, urologic oncology, women's health and more.
Their discussions were covered in various trade articles and videos, which are highlighted below.
Using Transvaginal Mesh for Pelvic Organ Prolapse
OAB Device Has Positive Applications for Improved Patient Compliance
In Urology Times, Ajay Singla, MD, specialist in urinary incontinence and voiding dysfunction in both men and women, shared his thoughts about the results of a recent study of a promising new treatment device for patients with refractory overactive bladder syndrome with urgency urinary incontinence. According to Dr. Singla, these results point toward the device's efficacy with regard to patient compliance with weekly visits for treatment.
Transurethral Ultrasound Ablation Seem Promising; More Information Is Needed
First-ever Guideline for Diagnosing and Treating Uncomplicated Recurrent UTIs is Practice Affirming
At this year's conference, the AUA released the first-ever guideline for diagnosing and treating uncomplicated recurrent UTI. Ajay Singla, MD, told Medscape that the guideline is a very useful tool that affirms current practice.
Laser Vaginal Procedures Are a Gimmick
In an article published in Medscape, Ajay Singla, MD, spoke against the use of vaginal laser procedures, which are not approved by the FDA.
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