Ran Pang

Guang’anmen Hospital

Dr. Ran Pang is an associate professor of urology at Guang'anmen Hospital, where he has served since his residency there in 1998. After completing his residency training, he was accepted to a clinical fellowship with Peking University in 2005. Subsequently, he joined a research fellowship and visiting clinician program at Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, USA in 2010. Prior to his PhD, Dr. Pang participated in an urodynamic fellowship in Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. He received the 2006 and 2011 Science and Technological Award from China Association of Chinese Medicine and Chinese Association of Integrative Medicine respectively. Additionally, he was nominated as a winner of Albert Nelson Lifetime Achievement award in 2017.

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Lower urinary tract dysfunction (LUTD) is an umbrella diagnosis that covers the abnormalities of anatomy and function in the bladder, urethra, and, in men, the prostate. People with LUTD face a number of social, mental, and physical health effects due to the symptoms. Despite the increasing evidence in the assessment and management of lower urinary tract symptoms, it remains a challenge to bridge the gap between research evidence and clinical practice. In this book, each and every one of the authors presents a remarkable work for how to apply the evidence to clinical practice from different aspects. I hope this book is a key for every reader to open the door to LUTD.

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