Urology of Virginia

Urology of Virginia has provided comprehensive urological care in Hampton Roads for nearly 100 years. Founded in 1922 by Charles Devine, the practice began growing in the 1950s. The practice gained an international reputation for genitourinary reconstructive surgery, developing new surgical techniques to correct urethral strictures and hypospadias that are still used today. In 1965, Urology of Virginia became one of the few private practices in the country to have a residency program. In the 1970s, we were instrumental in helping establish Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia, serving as faculty and becoming one of the first established EVMS departments.

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AUA Issues New Guidelines on Testosterone Deficiency

AUA Issues New Guidelines on Testosterone Deficiency

The American Urological Association is now offering formal guidance on diagnosing, treating, and monitoring men with testosterone deficiency. Use of testosterone therapy has...

 Urinary Stones Linked to Testosterone Therapy

Urinary Stones Linked to Testosterone Therapy

SAN FRANCISCO—Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is associated with an elevated risk of urinary stones, investigators reported at the American Urological Association 2018...

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Does Not Raise CV Risks

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Does Not Raise CV Risks

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Low Sperm Count Linked With Cardiometabolic Conditions, Hypogonadism

Low Sperm Count Linked With Cardiometabolic Conditions, Hypogonadism

(HealthDay News) -- Low sperm count is associated with poorer measures of cardiometabolic health, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of The Endocrine Society,...

Hyperphosphatemia May Increase In-Hospital Mortality

Hyperphosphatemia May Increase In-Hospital Mortality

Hospitalized patients with too low or too high serum phosphate levels upon admission have increased risks of dying during their stay, according to new study findings published...

Iron-Based Binder Improves Phosphorus, FGF-23, and Anemia

Iron-Based Binder Improves Phosphorus, FGF-23, and Anemia

In a new study, patients receiving hemodialysis or hemodiafiltration who switched to the iron-based phosphate-binder sucroferric oxyhydroxide experienced improvement in serum...

 Frequent Hemodialysis Improves Serum Phosphate, Left Ventricular Mass

Frequent Hemodialysis Improves Serum Phosphate, Left Ventricular Mass

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Black Patients May Be Adversely Affected by Less PSA Screening

Black Patients May Be Adversely Affected by Less PSA Screening

The potential impact of the 2012 US Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommendations against routine PSA screening has been uncertain. Researchers presenting at the...

USPSTF Issues Draft PCa Screening Recommendations

USPSTF Issues Draft PCa Screening Recommendations

In contrast to its controversial 2012 recommendations against routine PSA-based screening for prostate cancer (PCa), the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) is...

Premature Ejaculation Linked to Chlamydia in Prostatitis Patients

Premature Ejaculation Linked to Chlamydia in Prostatitis Patients

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Tramadol Appears Effective for Premature Ejaculation

Tramadol Appears Effective for Premature Ejaculation

Men with premature ejaculation (PE) may benefit from taking tramadol off-label, suggests a new meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. In pooled results, the drug was...

Urinary Arsenic Falling in Public Water Consumers

Urinary Arsenic Falling in Public Water Consumers

(HealthDay News) -- From 2003 to 2014, urinary arsenic decreased among users of public water systems but not among private well users, according to a study published online in...