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BJUBob Jones University (Greenville, SC, USA)
BJUBritish Journal of Urology
BJUBundesverband Junger Unternehmer (German: Association of Young Entrepreneurs)
BJUBoom Juridische Uitgevers (Dutch: Boom Legal Publishers; est. 1998; Meppel, Netherlands)
BJUBund Junger Unternehmer (German: Young Entrepreneurs Federation; Germany)
BJUBrooklyn Jazz Underground (New York, NY)
BJUBrainjuicer Group PLC (stock symbol; UK)
BJUBeach Jumper Unit
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Booth, "Transitional cell carcinoma of the urachus," British Journal of Urology, vol.
Medhat, "Paediatric ureteroscopy for ureteric calculi: a 4-year experience," British Journal of Urology, vol.
Griffin, "Hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and blood groups in benign prostatic hypertrophy," British Journal of Urology, vol.
Parkinson, "Anterior prostate cancer: is it more difficult to diagnose?" British Journal of Urology International, vol.
DIAGNOSIS WITH A SERIES OF PSA TESTS.A study published on January 15, 2013 in the British Journal of Urology International found that prostate specific antigen (PSA) measurements taken over a period of time are more accurate in diagnosing aggressive prostate cancer than a single measurement of PSA, even one that is elevated.
Thomas StJ., "Enterovesical fistual caused by small bowel lymphoma," British Journal of Urology, vol.
The study has been published in the British Journal of Urology. ( ANI )
Use of NSAIDs had no effect on the incidence of BPH, the researchers reported online March 19 in the British Journal of Urology International.
In a study car 73 per cent of me 65 said they we Research published in the British Journal of Urology found women aged between 31 and 45 are most sexually active, while women aged 46 to 54 experienced better sex compared to young people.
According to the study, published online November 30, 2011 in the British Journal of Urology International in the absence of an infection, study participants with a history of recurrent UTIs had significantly greater urinary frequency, lower average voided volume, and a lower threshold of bladder sensitivity than the control group.
He was a doctor and pathologist who after several years of research published a groundbreaking article in the British Journal of Urology in 1996 about the foreskin and what is lost when a male is circumcised.
Complete results of this study will be published in the August 11 issue of the British Journal of Urology International, an internationally distributed peer-reviewed journal focused on urology, in an article titled "Raman spectral imaging of prostate cancer: can Raman molecular imaging be used to augment standard histopathology?"
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