AUA Summit - Overactive Bladder: Learn the Basics with Dr. Eugene Lee and Dr. Casey Kowalik


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Overactive Bladder: Learn the Basics with Dr. Eugene Lee and Dr. Casey Kowalik

Headshots of Dr. Eugene Lee and Dr. Casey Kowalik

Our two guests on this podcast episode talk about Overactive Bladder (OAB). Our first guest is Dr. Eugene Lee, a urologic oncologist and Associate Professor for the Department of Urology at the University of Kansas Health System. Dr. Lee joins us as a patient in this podcast, sharing his experience living with OAB.

Our second guest is Dr. Kowalik, a urologist and Assistant Professor also at the University of Kansas Health System who joins in on the conversation to talk about the medical side of OAB.

Curious about managing OAB on the go? Stay tuned for part two of this podcast with Dr. Lee and Dr. Kowalik.

Short on time? Use the below timestamps to jump to any section:
0:58 - Introduction
1:49 - Dr. Lee’s experience living with OAB 7:43 – What is OAB
8:34 – How common is OAB?
9:31 – Symptoms of OAB
10:14 – Causes of OAB
10:57 – Diagnosing OAB
11:28 – Things you may not know about OAB

Patient resources provided through the generous support of Astellas.

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November 17, 2021

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