Cosmetic, functional, psychological and oncological outcome can now be optimised in penile cancer
Although rare, a diagnosis of Wolfram syndrome should always be considered in a patient with juvenile-onset diabetes mellitus and optic atrophy
The second article in our men’s health series highlights the importance of adequate assessment and investigation in cases of erectile dysfunction
The primary goal of treating patients with psoriatic arthritis is to maximise health-related quality of life, through control of symptoms, prevention of structural damage, normalisation of function and social participation
This first article in our new men’s health series examines the optimal use of PSA screening in light of the latest medical evidence and guidelines
In 2003, it was estimated that 194 million people, or 5.1 per cent of the adult population worldwide, had diabetes mellitus (DM).
Driving vision standards are not met by visual acuity alone, with the visual field also playing a key role
It is estimated that 20,000-to-50,000 people may be infected with HCV in Ireland through receipt of contaminated blood products, intravenous drug use or sexual transmission.
There is increasing interest in the question of using HIV PrEP as a prevention method
An overview of the latest approaches for lower urinary tract symptoms due to BPO
Nephrolithiasis is on the rise and appropriate management strategies require a thorough understanding of stone characteristics and developing technologies
Schizophrenia is the single most common diagnosis among persons admitted as involuntary patients