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Open Discussion Session 7 E-Poster 1 129 Detrusor wall thickness does not predict a successful trial without catheter after acute urinary retention in patients on medical treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Open Discussion Session 7 E-Poster 1 167 Comparison between Open, Laparoscopic vs Robotic simple prostatectomy in a real-life settings: analysis of trifecta outcomes
Open Discussion Session 7 E-Poster 1 168 Absence of metabolic syndrome, preoperative urinary symptoms and flow predict positive trifecta outcome after transurethral resection of prostate: development of a clinical nomogram
Open Discussion Session 18 E-Poster 2 308 Night shift workers have higher Overactive bladder score with an impairment of quality of life: a prospective cohort study
Podium Short Oral Session 4 Nocturia 37 Prostatic calcifications are associated with storage LUTS and nocturia in patients with benign prostatic enlargement: a prospective cohort analysis.
Podium Short Oral Session 27 Bladder Wall, Microbiome and Nocturia 510 THE ROLE OF BLADDER WALL THICKNESS IN THE EVALUATION OF DETRUSOR UNDERACTIVITY: DEVELOPMENT OF A CLINICAL NOMOGRAM
Open Discussion Session 35 Open Discussion ePosters 3 602 Pharmacological treatment of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS) after a Transurethral Resection of the prostate (TURP) is predictive of a new surgical treatment: 10 years follow-up.
Open Discussion Session 35 Open Discussion ePosters 3 614 Analysis of the relationship between benign prostatic hyperplasia/lower urinary tract symptoms and total serum testosterone level.
Open Discussion Session 35 Open Discussion ePosters 3 629 Patients with nocturnal polyuria presented a different night-time and day-time bladder capacity: implication for nocturia
Open Discussion Session 35 Open Discussion ePosters 3 630 Metabolic syndrome and smoking are associated with an increased risk of nocturia in male patients with benign prostatic enlargement.
Non Discussion Abstract Session 41 Non Discussion Abstracts 835 Metabolic Syndrome does not increase the risk of ejaculatory dysfunction in patients with Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms and Benign Prostatic Enlargement: a single center Italian cohort study
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