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Does Prostate Cancer Surgery Save Lives?

Study: Prostate cancer surgery doesn't appear to save lives compared with observation alone.

Posted 07/20/12 | Post a comment

$436.70 Less for Lithotripsy

Medicare correction results in 21% less for CPT 50590.

Posted 05/03/12 | Post a comment

Privately Insured Prostate Surgery Patients Fare Better

Study finds higher complication rates among Medicare, Medicaid patients.

Posted 09/27/11 | 2 comments

Suspended Urologist Defends Reuse of Single-Use Plastic Needle Guides

In newspaper ad, the physician's attorneys say device vendor OK'd their reuse.

Posted 03/28/11 | 1 comment

Couple Sues Surgeon For Costs of Raising Child Born After Vasectomy

Husband and wife in their 40s want compensation for "challenges" associated with birth of their son.

Posted 03/07/11 | Post a comment

How We Found the Right Lithotripter Service

5 questions you need to ask before you hire an outsourcing company.

Posted 11/07/09 | Linda Webber | Post a comment

Is Minimally Invasive Prostate Surgery Optimal?

A new study suggests laparoscopic techniques actually increase the incidence of some post-op complications.

Posted 10/15/09 | Post a comment

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