A surgically implanted device used to regulate bladder and bowel control often requires additional operations to repair or replace it, according to a new study by Weill Cornell Medicine scientists.
Combining kidney ultrasound with a visual examination of the bladder and urethra appears to be the most cost-effective way to screen for cancers of the genitourinary tract in people with microscopic amounts of blood in their urine.
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