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Guideline of Guidelines – FREE Virtual Issue from BJUI

Most busy urologists often find the many different society guidelines confusing. So the British Journal of Urology International decided to publish a critical summary, finishing up with a set of ‘key points’ that readers can use in their day-to-day practices. And what better way to kick off this series than with the biggest controversy – […]

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FREE Best of India Virtual Issue from British Journal of Urology International

This special virtual issue of the BJUI coincided with the 49th annual conference of the Urological Society of India. Three of these 7 articles relate to robot assisted surgery. They reflect the growing role that robotic surgery plays in urological practice. Development of a curriculum to cater to this growing use is an important aspect […]

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Free Online – NEW Concise Guide to Pharmacology 2015/2016

Published in the British Journal of Pharmacology The essential guide for all those working in the vital search for new drugs. Concise overviews of the key properties of over 1,700 established or potential pharmacological targets and their ligands/drug interactions. Links to the open access knowledge-base of drug targets and their ligands in the official IUPHAR […]

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Urology – Free Best of Korea Virtual Issue from BJUI

BJUI is one of the most highly respected medical journals in the world, with a truly international range of published papers and appeal. Every issue gives invaluable practical information in the form of original articles, reviews, comments, surgical education articles, and translational science articles in the field of urology. BJUI employs topical sections, and is […]

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Correcting Metabolic Abnormalities May Help Lessen Urinary Problems

Metabolic syndrome is linked with an increased frequency and severity of lower urinary tract symptoms, but weight loss surgery may lessen these symptoms. The findings, which come from two studies published in BJU International, indicate that urinary problems may be added to the list of issues that can improve with efforts that address altered metabolism. […]

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