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Uro Flash Vol-8 No-2, 2022

Uro Flash Vol-8 No-2, 2022

Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections: Overview Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are one of the most common bacterial infections observed in the primary care.1 The infection is seen more often in women than in men (8:1), with approximately 50-60% of women reporting at least one incidence in their lifetime. Recurrence after UTIs is common in adult women. Recurrent UTIs constitute approximately 4% of all UTIs; epidemiologically, this might be one of the most common problems in urological clinics. Recurrent UTIs, including relapses and reinfection, are defined as ≥2 uncomplicated UTIs in the past 6 months, or ≥3 infections within the preceding year…
Prostate Cancer: An Introduction Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men worldwide. In fact, according to the available reports, it is the most often diagnosed male cancer in almost 112 countries and the leading cancer-related death in 48 countries. Although the developed countries have thus far the highest incidence rates of prostate cancer, with comparatively low mortality rates; prostate cancer in the Asian population seems to have both high incidence and mortality rates. In India, incidence of the prostate cancer seems to be increasing especially in the urban population, with variations in disease characteristics and mortality. Therefore,…