Episode #48: What’s New in Metabolic Evaluations for Stone Prevention
- In episode forty-eight, What’s New in Metabolic Evaluations for Stone Prevention, Drs. Schwartz and Best discuss how, for many years, the 24-hour urine and serum studies have been the staple for metabolic stone disease. There may be new options for both patient and physician in this difficult area of prevention.
Episode #47: An Update on Disposable Ureteroscopes
- In episode forty-seven, An Update on Disposable Ureteroscopes, Drs. Schwartz and Monga discuss how the use of disposable scopes in the operating room is growing as are the number of companies manufacturing them. Dr. Monga brings some clarity to a confusing landscape and lends insight on the technology that is permeating urology.
Episode #46: What’s New in Prostate Imaging?
- As the field of prostate cancer treatment accelerates so does the area of prostate imaging. In episode forty-six, What’s New in Prostate Imaging, Dr. Michael Gorin gives a very nice summary of what is new and what lies in the future for imaging the prostate. He also touches on the current state on prostate biopsy and how imaging is integrated in this area.
Episode #45: Volunteerism in Urology
- In episode forty-five, Drs. Schwartz and McCammon explore the topic of volunteering in underserved areas across the globe and how it not only serves those in need, but can also be very fulfilling and satisfying for the urologist. This podcast, featuring one of the world leaders, focuses on how to get involved, why one should get involved, and when to get involved.