Overactive bladder and urinary incontinence are highly prevalent, yet underreported medical conditions. In this activity, Dr. Mohit Khera reviews the types of urinary incontinence and summarizes how to diagnose urge incontinence in men and women. Dr. Khera discusses behavioral, medical, and surgical strategies for urinary urge incontinence, framed by an illustrative case study.
In this activity, Dr. Eslami from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA will give an overview of an ambulatory approach to the evaluation and medical management of urinary incontinence by identifying the steps involved for performing a basic evaluation of a patient with urinary incontinence. She will discuss and provide strategies for treatment and explain how treatment can be optimized for each individual patient.
In this activity, Dr. Culley Carson presents a case of an aging man with ED, lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), and hypogonadism to illustrate the basic work-up, diagnosis, and treatment plan for a patient with this common presentation in the primary care setting.
Dr. Mohit Khera, Associate Professor of Urology at Baylor College of Medicine, uses a case presentation to review the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED), and also discusses the important link between ED and cardiovascular disease and the implications for further cardiac evaluation.
In this activity on prostate health, Dr. Khera reviews the updated AUA 2014 guidelines for diagnosing and treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) which affects more than 50% of men over the age of 60. He also discusses erectile dysfunction and its association with cardiovascular disease and effective treatment options available for ED.
Learn about the latest guidelines from the AUA on managing common urological complaints. With the help of case studies, Dr. Carson will discuss issues on hypogonadism, erectile dysfunction, overactive bladder and BPH. He will review the latest guidelines on treatment and the most recent data from studies on testosterone replacement therapy.