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Re: Surveillance or Metastasis-Directed Therapy for Oligometastatic Prostate Cancer Recurrence: A Prospective, Randomized, Multicenter Phase II Trial

P. Ost, D. Reynders, K. Decaestecker, V. Fonteyne, N. Lumen, A. De Bruycker, B. Lambert, L. Delrue, R. Bultijnck, T. Claeys, E. Goetghebeur, G. Villeirs, K. De Man, F. Ameye, I. Billiet, S. Joniau, F. Vanhaverbeke and G. De Meerleer
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Re: Chemohormonal Therapy in Metastatic Hormone-Sensitive Prostate Cancer: Long-Term Survival Analysis of the Randomized Phase III E3805 CHAARTED Trial

C. E. Kyriakopoulos, Y. H. Chen, M. A. Carducci, G. Liu, D. F. Jarrard, N. M. Hahn, D. H. Shevrin, R. Dreicer, M. Hussain, M. Eisenberger, M. Kohli, E. R. Plimack, N. J. Vogelzang, J. Picus, M. M. Cooney, J. A. Garcia, R. S. DiPaola and C. J. Sweeney
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Re: Sexual Dysfunction among Young Men: Overview of Dietary Components Associated with Erectile Dysfunction

I. Mykoniatis, M. G. Grammatikopoulou, E. Bouras, E. Karampasi, A. Tsionga, A. Kogias, I. Vakalopoulos, A. B. Haidich and M. Chourdakis
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Re: Which Exercise is Better for Increasing Serum Testosterone Levels in Patients with Erectile Dysfunction?

J. K. Yeo, S. I. Cho, S. G. Park, S. Jo, J. K. Ha, J. W. Lee, S. Y. Cho and M. G. Park
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Re: Comparison of Phosphodiesterase Type V Inhibitors Use in Eight European Cities through Analysis of Urban Wastewater

A. Causanilles, D. Rojas Cantillano, E. Emke, R. Bade, J. A. Baz-Lomba, S. Castiglioni, E. Castrignanò, E. Gracia-Lor, F. Hernández, B. Kasprzyk-Hordern, J. Kinyua, A. K. McCall, A. L. N. van Nuijs, B. G. Plósz, P. Ramin, N. I. Rousis, Y. Ryu, K. V. Thomas and P. de Voogt
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Re: Waddlia chondrophila, a Chlamydia-Related Bacterium, Has a Negative Impact on Human Spermatozoa

D. Baud, N. Vulliemoz, A. Ammerdorffer, J. Gyger, G. Greub, V. Castella and M. Stojanov
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Re: Urinary Concentrations of 3-(Diethylcarbamoyl)Benzoic Acid (DCBA), a Major Metabolite of N,N-Diethyl-m-Toluamide (DEET) and Semen Parameters among Men Attending a Fertility Center

T. R. Segal, L. Mínguez-Alarcón, Y. H. Chiu, P. L. Williams, F. L. Nassan, R. Dadd, M. Ospina, A. M. Calafat and R. Hauser; Earth Study Team
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Re: Genetic Intersection of Male Infertility and Cancer

L. Nagirnaja, K. I. Aston and D. F. Conrad
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Re: Male Infertility: A Biomarker of Individual and Familial Cancer Risk

B. M. Hanson, M. L. Eisenberg and J. M. Hotaling
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Re: Reduced Active Transcellular Intestinal Oxalate Secretion Contributes to the Pathogenesis of Obesity-Associated Hyperoxaluria

R. Amin, J. Asplin, D. Jung, M. Bashir, A. Alshaikh, S. Ratakonda, S. Sharma, S. Jeon, I. Granja, D. Matern and H. Hassan
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Re: Hydroxyproline Metabolism and Oxalate Synthesis in Primary Hyperoxaluria

S. Fargue, D. S. Milliner, J. Knight, J. B. Olson, W. T. Lowther and R. P. Holmes
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Re: MitoTEMPO Prevents Oxalate Induced Injury in NRK-52E Cells via Inhibiting Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Modulating Oxidative Stress

J. Zhang, Q. Wang, C. Xu, Y. Lu, H. Hu, B. Qin, Y. Wang, D. He, C. Li, X. Yu, S. Wang and J. Liu
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Prenatal Hydronephrosis: Another Swing of the Pendulum?

Without question the recognition of prenatal hydronephrosis as a diagnostic tool has revolutionized pediatric urology and been of great benefit to our patients. However, one must also acknowledge that the diagnosis comes with significant burdens. Beyond the considerable economic costs there is the anxiety experienced by expectant parents and the physical toll of numerous imaging studies inflicted on these infants and young children. Finding the right balance between not wanting to miss a significant anatomical obstruction and limiting excessive testing and intervention has been a constant challenge with moving goalposts and evolving guidelines.
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Editorial Comment

Routine monitoring of PROs in cancer has been associated with decreased emergency room visits as well as improved HRQOL, patient-physician communication and even overall survival in patients with metastatic cancer.1 In bladder cancer PRO use may be limited by the variety of disease states, various PRO instruments and perhaps most importantly by time.
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Re: Acute Pyelonephritis in Adults

J. R. Johnson and T. A. Russo
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