Urological manifestations

Urological manifestations are complications of non-urological diseases or medications that affect the urinary tract or male genitals.

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News and Comment

  • Comments and Opinion |

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to safely provide patient care meant that many health-care providers rapidly implemented and integrated telehealth into their practice. However, telehealth will continue to be an integral part of urology after the pandemic and our field should embrace telehealth and develop strategies to overcome associated challenges.

    • Adam J. Gadzinski
    •  & Chad Ellimoottil
  • Comments and Opinion |

    Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, which invades a cell through binding to the ACE2 receptor and TMPRSS2 priming. Patients with severe disease predominantly present with pneumonia-related symptoms. However, evidence suggests that COVID-19 infection also has implications for the urogenital tract. Thus, urogenital organs should be considered when treating COVID-19.

    • Shangqian Wang
    • , Xiang Zhou
    • , Tongtong Zhang
    •  & Zengjun Wang
  • News and Views |

    Transvaginal mesh for pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is more controversial than ever. The largest randomized trial yet suggests transvaginal mesh or grafts are of no benefit in primary POP repair. Furthermore, a population study looks back at complication rates from pelvic floor mesh surgery over the past two decades.

    • Kamran P. Sajadi