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The Resident Scholars Award Program is for third-year OB/GYN residents and fourth year urology residents who have an interest in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. Residents must be third-year OB/GYN residents and fourth...


Hands-on Cadaver Class This is the course to attend to refine and advanced your knowledge of a wide array of surgical options to tackle many of the clinical conditions that the FPMRS surgeon commonly sees. Over two days you will have six hours of personal hands-on surgical...


If you participated in MIPS in 2017, your final score and performance feedback is now available at the QPP website. This information will be used to determine your payment adjustment in 2019. Don’t know your EIDM login info? Refer to the EIDM User Guide Don’t...


July 31 Don’t throw money away by missing the early bird deadline. Register in July and save at least 10 percent off the regular registration fees.


Patients with symptomatic sacral Tarlov cysts frequently report pain and neuropathy related to the lower back, pelvis and urogenital system. As compared to the general population, urinary urgency and urodynamic findings associated with urgency were more frequent in our patient...

source: The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research

The most common organism identified is E. coli. Almost 12 percent of patients will develop a UTI after pelvic reconstructive surgery. The results of this study can influence management of lower urinary tract symptoms in the postoperative period.

source: Current Urology


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