Mar 24, 2019
Bladder stones have been recorded since antiquity, and treating them connects modern urologists to our past. Fortunately, our patients today have anesthesia, and lasers, and high definition video cameras that can be used to treat with bladder stones with minimal risk and low morbidity.
Feb 17, 2019
This podcast is my personal open-ended conversation centered around a question I commonly get from patients, friends, and family, “Why Urology?”
In this podcast episode, I will be talking about renal or kidney cysts. I will also introduce the Bosniak classification of renal or kidney cysts which helps doctors...
Jan 26, 2019
I opened my email Friday Jan 18, 2019 and found an email from the American Urological Association announcing that date was “match day” for medical students applying for urology residency positions starting July 2019.
Most of you listening to this podcast may not know what the matching system is for medical...
Jan 10, 2019
This is part 2 of a two-part series about urologists dabbling in the movies. In this two-part series, we are not talking about making cinematic dramas here but rather discussing how to employ video content into urologic education.
I found online an article called Effective Educational Videos by Cynthia Brame from the...
Jan 7, 2019
The is episode number 59 and we are going to go to the movies.
Actually, don’t get your hopes up folks. We are not going to the cinema. No. Today we are strictly low-brow, asking the question: should doctors and specifically urologists should dabble in making movies?
Actually, the question has already been answered....