Prescriptions: Botox: 'A Pipeline in a Vial'
By DUFF WILSON
Federal regulators approve using the popular drug to treat urinary incontinence, further expanding the uses for it.
HEALTH | August 17, 2011
Well: Bladder Cancer a Growing Concern for Smokers
By ANAHAD O'CONNOR
Smokers have a much higher rate of bladder cancer than previously believed, and the changing makeup of cigarettes may be a factor.
HEALTH | September 09, 2008
Urology Field Slowly Altered, by Women
By BARRON H. LERNER, M.D
It turns out that the field of urology is undergoing a gender transformation.
Myths about Men’s and Women’s Urologic Conditions
This Sunday we're joined by special guest Dr. Lambda Msezane of Georgia Urology. We will discuss how urologic conditions differ between men and women, and will be focusing specifically on women's urologic conditions, and innovations in treatment and surgery.
Dr Msezane earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Molecular Biology from Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey and a Doctor of Medicine degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA.
She completed her Residency in Surgery and in Urology at the University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Msezane was awarded the American Urology Association’s Travel Urology Award and Novecea Gerald M. Murphy Scholar Award as well as the Schoenberg Research Scholar Award at the University of Chicago for her research on prostate, urothelial biology and bladder cancer.
Dr. Msezane has staff privileges at DeKalb Medical Center, DeKalb Medical @ Hillendale, Decatur Hospital, Emory Midtown, and Northside Hospital.
NOV 26, 2013
Lenz and 97.1 The River Present Beatles vs. Stones
If you Google these words and start clicking on links, you get lost in the vast number of web sites, blogs, articles, videos, and statistics all across the Internet devoted to this comparison. Who i
NOV 26, 2013
They're Driving Me Nuts!
They’re driving me nuts. Once again the media has misled the public about important health information. A study published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine stated that self-describ
OCT 30, 2013
When Cloudy Vision May Be Cataracts
Imagine you are looking out of a foggy window. The fog prevents light from traveling inside, limiting your ability to see outside. This effect occurs naturally as we age, and is known as cataracts.