Urology I - Incontinence and Erectile Dysfunction
1. Develop an effective individualized plan that takes into consideration the age and behavioral risks (smoking, drinking, poor diet, lack of exercise) of the individual to manage OAB and then incorporate behavioral and pharmacotherapeutic interventions.
2. Analyze the major types of persistent urinary incontinence & their treatment strategies.
3. Review new options for treating erectile dysfunction.
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Alvin B. Lin, MD, FAAFP, Course Chair, Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Nevada School of Medicine, Las Vegas
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