Supplements

Medical Urology for the Primary Care Provider


 

Supplement Editors:
Matt T. Rosenberg, MD, and Milton M. Lakin, MD

Contents

The recognition of urologic disease is a primary care issue, whether we've know it or not
Matt T. Rosenberg, MD, and Milton M. Lakin, MD

Screening for urologic malignancies in primary care: Pros, cons, and recommendations
Andrew J. Stephenson, MD; Louis Kuritzky, MD; and Steven C. Campbell, MD, PhD

Benign prostatic hyperplasia: When to 'watch and wait,' when and how to treat
Albert Levy, MD, and George P. Samraj, MD

Overactive bladder: Recognition requires vigilance for symptoms
Matt T. Rosenberg, MD; Diane K. Newman, RNC, MSN, CRNP; Christopher T. Tallman, BS; and Shari A. Page, CFNP

Erectile dysfunction: A sentinel marker for cardiovascular disease in primary care
Martin M. Miner, MD, and Louis Kuritzky, MD

Evolving issues in male hypogonadism: Evaluation, management, and related cormorbidities
Martin M. Miner, MD, and Richard Sadovsky, MD

Identifying and treating premature ejaculation: Importance of the sexual history
Richard E. Payne, MD, and Richard Sadovsky, MD

Interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome: Symptom recognition is key to early identification, treatment
Matt T. Rosenberg, MD; Diane K. Newman, RNC, MSN, CRNP; and Shari A. Page CFNP

Prostatitis: Infection, neuromuscular disorder, or pain syndrome? Proper patient classification is key
Jeannette Potts, MD, and Richard E. Payne, MD

Next Article: