Is adolescent and transitional urology a healthcare right or a privilege? Case report Joe Holliday was born with cloacal exstrophy in 1988. Due to the devastating nature of this condition, he had ambiguous genitalia, and an inguinoabdominal gonad. It was felt at the time that it would be psychologically damaging for him to be raised […]
An overview of the opportunities and challenges in the field of paediatric urology Paediatric urology is an often misunderstood and overlooked field of surgery. Paediatric urologists are the custodians of the entire urological and genital systems for both boys and girls, specialising in both the surgical and medical issues related to the kidneys, bladder, and […]
The idiopathic overactive bladder (OAB) is a clinically-diagnosed symptom complex, consisting of frequency, urgency and nocturia with or without urge-associated urinary incontinence. This complex assumes no underlying cause as a source of bladder dysfunction. The alternate term of ‘detrusor overactivity’, on the other hand, is a urodynamic diagnosis based on cystometrography (CMG) — previously termed […]
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