JOURNALS REVIEWED: BMJ; NEUROLOGY & URODYNAMICS; EUROPEAN UROLOGY; EUROPEAN UROLOGY FOCUS; LANCET ONCOLOGY; DE HISTORIA UROLOGIAE EUROPAEAE – February 2013 (ongoing)

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Urinary frequency and COVID-19: is there a missing link?

The current COVID pandemic has been a worldwide challenge for over a year. It can affect an individual in various ways. According to the World Health Organization, the classical signs are dry cough, fever and shortness of breath. In addition,...


Urinary diversion and infections

This article will be of interest to colleagues undertaking reconstructive surgery. Urinary diversions have been performed for decades. Common indications are muscle-invasive bladder cancer, neurological disorders, inflammatory conditions and congenital malformation. The diversions could be continent or non-continent. Complications due...


Urinary tuberculosis and the busy urologist!

Endoscopic; Mycobacterium tuberculosis; Reconstructive or ablative surgical interventions; Urinary.