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Bilal Chughtai, M.D.

Bilal Chughtai, M.D.

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Advantages of iTind system for BPH-related LUTS

Dr. Bilal Chughtai, Associate Professor of Urology at Weill Cornell Urology and Associate Attending Urologist at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, discusses advantages of iTind system for BPH-related LUTS via Urology Times:

https://www.urologytimes.com/view/dr-chughtai-discusses-advantages-of-it... 

Congratulations to Dr. Bilal Chughtai of @WCMUrology

Congratulations to Dr. Bilal Chughtai of @WCMUrology for being the first in New York City to receive his designation as a Greenlight Center of Excellence. This designation recognizes a high degree of experience with GreenLight Laser Therapy and commitment to delivering effective, long-lasting therapy to men suffering from benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

Continued Surveillance After Mesh Use in POP Repairs Necessary

Bilal Chughtai, M.D., from Weill Cornell Medical College-New York Presbyterian in New York City, and colleagues evaluated the longer-term safety and reintervention outcomes of mesh implants in POP repairs. Read More

Risks Don't End With Transvaginal Mesh

The need for additional interventions after mesh implantation did not decrease over time, Bilal Chughtai, MD, of Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City, and colleagues reported in Obstetrics & Gynecology.  Read More

Dr. Chughtai - Is It Bad If I Have to Pee Roughly a Million Times A Day?

Dr. Bilal Chughtai was featured on The Cut for expert commentary on many common questions that people experiencing urinary frequency symptoms may have.

"The first thing that is always helpful to me and that I have patients do is have them keep a bladder diary," says Chughtai. "I want to see how much you're drinking versus how much is coming out. If someone is drinking a gallon a day and they go to the bathroom ten times a day, that's normal. If someone who isn't drinking fluids but is going 15 times a day, then there's something to look into."

Weill Cornell Urology at the AUA 2018 Annual Meeting

Faculty members from Weill Cornell Medicine's Department of Urology have submitted over 100 abstracts and will be presenting over 50 of these at the upcoming 2018 American Urological Association Annual Meeting, the largest scientific meeting in the world that reflects the most important advances in the field.

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