Etiologic classification, evaluation, and management of hematospermia
Hematospermia is defined by the presence of blood in the semen typically occurring in men younger than 40 years of age, and must be taken seriously by the patient and the physician, particularly if recurrent, refractory, and painful.
Program directors' criteria for selection into urology residency.
Relationship Between the Number of Residency Applications and the Yearly Match Rate: Time to Start Thinking About an Application Limit?
- Steven J Weissbart, S. Kim, R. Feinn, J. Stock
- MedicineJournal of Graduate Medical Education
- 2 March 2015
There was no improvement in the match rate in years when medical students submitted an increased number of applications under the National Residency Matching Program, and it would appear that the applicants do not benefit from the larger number of applied submitted.
Classifying Hydroceles of the Pelvis and Groin: An Overview of Etiology, Secondary Complications, Evaluation, and Management
A deliberate differential diagnosis is essential to avoiding imminent life-threatening complications as well as providing the appropriate treatment in patients with hydrocele.
Neuromodulation for Chronic Pelvic Pain
- J. Tam, Charles Loeb, Daniel N. Grajower, Jason M Kim, Steven J Weissbart
- MedicineCurrent Urology Reports
- 26 March 2018
Numerous modalities of neuromodulation have demonstrated efficacy in the management of pelvic pain and further investigation is needed to elucidate the most effective treatment modality and to identify the patients who would benefit most from this therapy.
Specific Changes in Brain Activity during Urgency in Women with Overactive Bladder after Successful Sacral Neuromodulation: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study
Central control of micturition in women: Brain‐bladder pathways in continence and urgency urinary incontinence
The anatomy and functional connectivity of the nervous system structures involved in the control of micturition are reviewed to better understand the underlying pathology of urge incontinence and consider new ways of treating this distressing condition.
Brain activation in response to bladder filling in healthy adults: An activation likelihood estimation meta‐analysis of neuroimaging studies
- Nisha G Arya, Steven J Weissbart, Sihua Xu, H. Rao
- Biology, PsychologyNeurourology and Urodynamics
- 1 April 2017
A meta‐analysis is to identify brain regions that are commonly activated during bladder filling in healthy adults across different studies to identify which brain regions regulate the process of urine storage.
Mimicry of Appendicitis Symptomatology in Congenital Anomalies and Diseases of the Genitourinary System and Pregnancy
Clinical presentation and complications of appendicitis vary among patients, especially when the genitourinary tract is involved, and Appendicitis may mimic urological disorders and vice versa.
Renal artery pseudoaneurysm presenting 3 years after deceleration injury.
The first case of a RAP that developed as a result of an isolated deceleration injury is presented, which presented 3 years after his injury with symptoms of gross hematuria, right flank pain, and syncope.