First Report®American Urological Association Annual Meeting Chicago, IL April 25-30, 2009
AGS SpotlightWhat characterizes most specialties is a deep and challenging content domain.
Physician’s PerspectiveIt is important to remember that not everything in medicine is black and white.
ExerciseExercise and diet are important tools to prevent or minimize physiological changes associated with aging.
Sexual Function and Cardiovascular DiseaseErectile dysfunction (ED) is an early marker of penile vasculature oxidative stress and vascular dysfunction.
UrologyA number of medical therapies have become available to aging men as the baby boomers enter their 60s.
Point/CounterpointThe overall risks of low-to-moderate–dose testosterone administration in older men, indeed, appear to be small.
Point/CounterpointTestosterone therapy may have a range of benefits for men, including improvement in sexual and nonsexual symptoms, as well as metabolic changes that promote health.
Case ReportThe elderly population is growing, and whether they are living in the community or in long-term care, some are participating in HIV-associated risk behaviors.
Psychiatry RoundsThe mental health needs of older widowers should never be underestimated.