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  • Reliability of Symptom-Based Diagnosis of Uncomplicated Cystitis. [Journal Article]
  • UIUrol Int 2018 Nov 12; :1-13
  • Alidjanov JF, Naber KG, … Wagenlehner FM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The severity of the symptom is even more essential than just its presence for an accurate diagnosis. The ACSS is an accurate tool and may be recommended for clinical practice and studies for diagnosis of AC in women. Further studies and unification of terms are need.
  • The Risk of Sexual Dysfunction and Effectiveness of Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia With Severe Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction With Combination of Dutasteride and Solifenacin. [Journal Article]
  • JSJ Sex Med 2018; 15(11):1579-1590
  • Kosilov K, Kuzina I, … Loparev S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The information that a high dose of solifenacin administered concomitantly with dutasteride may contribute to increase in sexual satisfaction and preservation of erectile function at the baseline level can be useful and used by sexologists, urologists, and family doctors.Suggested combination does not impact on erectile function but decreases ejaculator function; however, it does not affect a general high rating of sexual function by patients. Thus, overall sexual function in men with BPH and severe LUTS is not impaired by prolonged intake of double dosage of solifenacin combined with dutasteride. The combination of dutasteride and solifenacin is effective and safe to treat BPH and severe LUTS. Kosilov K, Kuzina I, Kuznetsov V, et al. The Risk of Sexual Dysfunction and Effectiveness of Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia With Severe Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction With Combination of Dutasteride and Solifenacin. J Sex Med 2018;15:1579-1590.
  • Percutaneous electrical stimulation for overactive bladder in children: a pilot study. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pediatr Urol 2018 Oct 11
  • Barroso U, de Azevedo AR, … Braga AANM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The theory behind this new method is that when skin impedance is overcome through the use of acupuncture needles and greater proximity is attained between the tip of the electrode and the sacral nerves, a more effective stimulus is achieved, with enough energy to provide the same benefits as parasacral transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation with the advantage that treatment can be given only once a week.Percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation seems to be an effective and safe treatment for OAB over the short term. Furthers studies with a control group are needed.
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