Kidney stones can be excruciatingly painful and dangerous, but relief may be on the way. A new University of Florida Health clinical trial will test two existing drugs that may slow the growth of these stones or prevent them from forming.
Learn more about "Angioembolization as a Management Option in the Obstructed, Atrophic Kidney" | Kenan Ashouri, MD, PGY2, University of Florida, Department of Urology | Wednesday, April 14, 2021 | 7:00 am
"Dr. Kuo has distinguished herself in educating fellow residents and medical students over the past five years. She has done this tirelessly in the operating room, inpatient floors, and outpatient clinic."
"Very proud of the timely and patient-centered care that our residents provide on the consult service. You are all outstanding and shining examples of our department." Dr. Li-Ming Su
Mr. Bergen Lemack a senior undergraduate student at the University of Florida College of Medicine, who’s been working in the UF Department of Urology Basic Science Laboratory since 2019, was awarded a 2021 Summer Student Scholarship through the Endourological Society.
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Southeastern Section of the AUA Virtual 85th Annual Meeting April 23 - 24, 2021 #SESAUA2021
From left to right, Dr. Li-Ming Su, Dr. Brian Ramnaraign, Dr. Paul Crispen & Dr. Padraic O’Malley The fountains of Hotel Eleo at the University of Florida were lit orange to honor all who have been touched by Kidney Cancer. Representing the Multidisciplinary Urologic Oncology Clinic team are: Dr. Li-Ming…
Learn more about "Posterior Urethral Injuries due to a Pelvic Fracture" | Tanner Rawlings, MD, PGY4, University of Florida, Department of Urology | Wednesday, March 31, 2021 | 7:00 am
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