Men, you’ve been taught how to handle a flat tire, a leaky faucet or maybe even how to patch a hole in the wall, but do you know what it takes to stay healthy? Here are a few numbers to keep your health in check.
The 7th Annual UF Urology Faculty/Resident Golf Tournament was held at Ironwood Golf Course on May 25th, followed by pizza and beer at the home of the Stringers. Although the venue and time were changed from previous years, the annual accompanying deluge of rain remained the same. Hanging unto the golf club became as challenging as trying not to lose the mother ball.
Congratulations Dr. Paul Dominguez-Gutierrez, Ms. Elizabeth Kwenda, Dr. Saeed Khan, and Dr. Benjamin Canales on their publication in the March 2020 issue of Current Opinion in Urology.
Please join us in congratulating UF Urology Endourology/MIS Fellow and Clinical Instructor Jonathan Pavlinec, MD, and PGY3 Resident, Jeremy Archer, MD, on their induction into the Gold Humanism Honor Society.
Learn more about "Decrypting Cryptorchidism: A Review of the Histologic Evidence Behind the Timing of Orchidopexy for Undescended Testes" | Wednesday, May 27, 2020 | 7:00 am
It is with great pride and excitement that I share the recent announcement by the American Urological Association (AUA), which has formally named Thomas F. Stringer, MD as the new Treasurer-Elect of the AUA Board of Directors.
Congratulations to Dr. Benjamin K. Canales (Urology), Dr. Muna T. Canales (Nephrology), Dr. Michelle Cardel (Health Outcomes), Dr. W. Troy Donahoo (Endocrinology) and Dr. Matthew Gurka (Health Outcomes)!
Bladder cancer is the second most common urologic cancer in adults. There are 67,000 new cases of bladder cancer each year in the United States.
We are excited to announce Elizabeth Kwenda has been selected as an American Urological Association and Urology Care Foundation Summer Medical Student Fellowship awardee!
According to Dr. Padraic O’Malley, MSc, MD, FRCSC, the time between when a patient identifies an unusual mass and when they seek medical attention is critical. “The sooner we can identify the cancer, the more we can limit the amount of treatment the patient will need,” Dr. O’Malley said.