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Urology Update for Primary Care Physicians 2016

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Urology Update for Primary Care Physicians 2016

Supplement - Feb 2016 ( Volume 23 )

  1. The Changing Role of the Primary Care Physician in the Management of Urologic Conditions
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Feb 2016 (Volume 23, Pages 1 - 1)
    PMID: 26924588
  1. Gender differences in overactive bladder
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Feb 2016 (Volume 23, Pages 2 - 9)
    PMID: 26924589
  1. BPH update: medical versus interventional management
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Feb 2016 (Volume 23, Pages 10 - 15)
    PMID: 26924590
  1. Nocturia: diagnosis and management for the primary care physicians
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Feb 2016 (Volume 23, Pages 16 - 19)
    PMID: 26924591
  1. Testosterone deficiency syndrome: benefits, risks, and realities associated with testosterone replacement therapy
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Feb 2016 (Volume 23, Pages 20 - 30)
    PMID: 26924592
  1. The primary care physician's role in the monitoring and management of the potential sequelae of the medical treatment of prostate cancer: early and late
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Feb 2016 (Volume 23, Pages 31 - 36)
    PMID: 26924593

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Practical Guidebook in Urology for Primary Care Physicians 2014

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Practical Guidebook in Urology for Primary Care Physicians 2014

Supplement - Jun 2014 ( Volume 21 )

  1. How We Do It - The New Guidebook in Urology for Primary Care Physicians
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Jun 2014 (Volume 21, Pages 1 - 1)
    PMID: 24978627
  1. A practical primary care approach to overactive bladder
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Jun 2014 (Volume 21, Pages 2 - 11)
    PMID: 24978628
  1. A practical primary care approach to lower urinary tract symptoms caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH-LUTS)
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Jun 2014 (Volume 21, Pages 12 - 24)
    PMID: 24978629
  1. Erectile dysfunction in primary care: a focus on cardiometabolic risk evaluation and stratification for future cardiovascular events
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Jun 2014 (Volume 21, Pages 25 - 38)
    PMID: 24978630
  1. Testosterone deficiency: myth facts and controversy
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Jun 2014 (Volume 21, Pages 39 - 54)
    PMID: 24978631
  1. A guide to the management of urologic dilemmas for the primary care physician (PCP)
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Jun 2014 (Volume 21, Pages 55 - 63)
    PMID: 24978632

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Urology Update for Primary Care Physicians for 2013

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Urology Update for Primary Care Physicians for 2013

Supplement - Oct 2012 ( Volume 19 )

  1. Re-Claim the Condition: The Shifting Roles of PCPs and Urologists
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Oct 2012 (Volume 19, Pages 1 - 1)
    PMID: 23089341
  1. Medical management of overactive bladder
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Oct 2012 (Volume 19, Pages 2 - 9)
    PMID: 23089342
  1. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) management in the primary care setting
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Oct 2012 (Volume 19, Pages 10 - 17)
    PMID: 23089343
  1. Erectile dysfunction and testosterone deficiency syndrome: the "portal to men`s health"
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Oct 2012 (Volume 19, Pages 18 - 27)
    PMID: 23089344
  1. PSA implications and medical management of prostate cancer for the primary care physician
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Oct 2012 (Volume 19, Pages 28 - 35)
    PMID: 23089345
  1. What is significant hematuria for the primary care physician?
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Oct 2012 (Volume 19, Pages 36 - 41)
    PMID: 23089346
  1. Diagnosis and management of simple and complicated urinary tract infections (UTIs)
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Oct 2012 (Volume 19, Pages 42 - 48)
    PMID: 23089347
  1. Emerging therapies: what`s new is old and what`s old is new
    The Canadian Journal of Urology
    Oct 2012 (Volume 19, Pages 49 - 53)
    PMID: 23089348

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