Nature Reviews Urology

(ISSN: 1759-4812,1759-4820)

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  • Where Next for The Endoscope?
    The authors trace the origins and development of endoscopic technology, from "resectoscope" to modern devices for virtual and capsule endoscopy.
 
 

Nature Reviews Urology's Latest Table of Contents

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  • Surgery: First penis transplant in the USA. 
  • Prostate cancer: Escaping enzalutamide: Malat1 contributes to resistance. 
  • Pain: Chondroitin sulfate is superior to hyaluronic acid. 
  • Prostate cancer: AZGP1 expression predicts favourable outcomes. 
  • Infection: Intravesical gentamicin ameliorates recurrent UTI. 
  • Kidney cancer: Bap1 and Pbrm1 determine tumour grade. 
  • Prostate cancer: Lineage predicts ADT response. 
  • Personalized peptide vaccines and their relation to other therapies in urological cancer. 
  • Sepsis: Prophylactic antibiotic for prostate biopsy: the carbapenem gamble. 
  • Prostate cancer: Better VISTAs ahead? Potential and pitfalls of immunotherapy. 
  • Prostate cancer: New AR co-regulator with dichotomous functions. 
  • Current clinical scoring systems of percutaneous nephrolithotomy outcomes. 
  • The potential of organoids in urological cancer research. 
  • Surgery: Retzius-sparing RARP improves continence recovery. 
  • Prostate cancer: Circulating free DNA as biomarker. 
  • Prostate cancer: 'The prostate' in patients with metastatic prostate cancer: to treat or not to treat? 
  • Incontinence: The dilemma with comparing efficacy of OAB treatments. 
  • An overview of female-to-male gender-confirming surgery. 
  • Prostate cancer: PCA3 as a Grade Reclassification Predictor. 
  • Prostate cancer: Transdifferentiation results in resistance. 
  • Kidney cancer: Tracking and therapy selection using ctDNA. 
  • Prostate cancer: Antagonizing AR: MYC affects transcription. 
  • Prostate cancer: Targeting the core of resistance. 
  • Incontinence in the elderly, 'normal' ageing, or unaddressed pathology? 
  • Prostate cancer: Twist and Skp2 castration resistance. 
 
 

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