As part of the 2018 Expert Webinar Series
Sidney B. Radomski MD FRCSC
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
5:00 PM EST
Parkinson’s disease can affect voiding function in both men and women, and can have a significant debilitating effect on individuals. In older males Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia also contributes to voiding problems. This presentation will discuss management of voiding dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease.
Sidney B. Radomski—MD FRCSC
Professor of Surgery (Urology), University of Toronto. Toronto Western Hospital (University Health Network). Graduated from the University of Toronto Medical School in 1984. Urology training at the University of Toronto. Fellowship training in voiding dysfunction, urodynamics and genitourinary prosthesis at both the University of Toronto and University of California (Davis). Clinical and research interests in the areas of erectile dysfunction, voiding dysfunction, incontinence, prostate diseases and urodynamics. Director Urodynamics Laboratory Toronto Western Hospital.
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