Media Coverage

An article about “stone season,” the hot summer weather that can cause dehydration and lead to kidney stones, interviews K. Kent Chevli, MD, clinical professor and chair of urology. “Even the smallest of stones can bring a person down to their knees,” he said.
Incontinence and overactive bladder issues are uncomfortable topics, so much so that many primary care doctors don’t raise the issue with patients during visits, and many patients wouldn’t dream of bringing up the subject themselves.
Physicians with the UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences — including urology residents, otolaryngology faculty and an obstetrics and gynecology trainee — discuss the financial, regulatory and customer-service challenges that young physicians encounter in their practices.