Smoking and urological disease.

Abstract

In excess of nine million people smoke tobacco in the UK, with smoking responsible for 114 000 deaths per year. Smoking is known to be related to a range of urological diseases and most urologists will be familiar with advising patients to stop smoking, as part of disease management. Many urologists might be less familiar with the evidence base supporting… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1464-410X.2009.08341.x

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@article{Crow2009SmokingAU, title={Smoking and urological disease.}, author={Paul Crow and J. Stuart Bayley and Francis X. Keeley}, journal={BJU international}, year={2009}, volume={103 10}, pages={1317-9} }