• Guideline Summary
  • NGC:009101
  • 1996 (revised 2012 Jul 17)

Screening for prostate cancer: U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendation statement.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:011080
  • 2016

ACR Appropriateness Criteria® hematospermia.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:010166
  • 1995 (revised 2013)

ACR Appropriateness Criteria® renal failure.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:009739
  • 2013 Feb

Guidelines for the minimally invasive treatment of adrenal pathology.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:010424
  • 2014 Apr

Evaluation and treatment of cryptorchidism: AUA guideline.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:010745
  • 2015 Mar

Intravesical instillation with mitomycin C or bacillus Calmette-Guérin in non-muscle invasive bladder cancer.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:009574
  • 2003 Sep (revised 2013 Feb)

Benefits and risks of sterilization.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:010385
  • 2013 Apr

Upper tract urothelial tumours.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:010327
  • 1999 Aug (revised 2014 Mar)

UK national guideline for the management of chancroid 2014.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:011036
  • 2016

ACR Appropriateness Criteria® staging of testicular malignancy.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:009109
  • 1999 Aug (revised 2012)

UK national guideline for the management of bacterial vaginosis 2012.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:010508
  • 2014

Preventive male sexual and reproductive health care: recommendations for clinical practice.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:009121
  • 2012 May

Vasectomy: AUA guideline.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:009733
  • 2013 Mar

Catheterisation. Urethral intermittent in adults: dilatation, urethral intermittent in adults.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:009474
  • 2012 Nov

Treatments for overactive bladder: focus on pharmacotherapy.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:010961
  • 2016 Apr 27

Abiraterone for treating metastatic hormone-relapsed prostate cancer before chemotherapy is indicated.

  • Guideline Summary
  • NGC:009017
  • 2012 Feb

Catheterisation. Indwelling catheters in adults: urethral and suprapubic.