Lower urinary tract symptom: still too much focus on the prostate?

@article{Warren2014LowerUT,
  title={Lower urinary tract symptom: still too much focus on the prostate?},
  author={Katherine Warren and Helena Burden and Paul Abrams},
  journal={Current opinion in urology},
  year={2014},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={
          3-9
        }
}
PURPOSE OF REVIEW Male patients with lower urinary tract symptoms have historically been managed in a prostate centric fashion. Population studies highlighting the prevalence and significance of storage symptoms, including nocturia, have meant a shift in the way men with lower urinary tract symptoms are assessed and managed. We review the recent guidelines and publications that have addressed this change in approach. RECENT FINDINGS A new β-3 adrenoreceptor agonist has demonstrated… CONTINUE READING
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