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The science of urology excels in the diagnosis and treatment of complications affecting the female urinary tract (bladder, ureters, kidneys, and urethra) and male reproductive organs (penis, prostate, testes, scrotum, etc.)
In addition to general surgery, the urologist is a surgeon with experience in internal medicine, gynecology, pediatrics, and other healthcare fields.
Urologists may continue to collaborate with oncologists or radiotherapists in such cases, such as urinary tract cancer. They are professionals who can treat conditions ranging from kidney stones to cancer.
To treat various disorders, a patient might be referred to an urologist; our urologists are currently examining:
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs)- Its occurs when a bacteria migrate from the digestive tract to the urethra, and usually affects women.
- Incontinence- involuntary loss of bladder control
- Cancers- the bladder, kidneys, prostate gland and testicles.
- Male infertility- varicoceles, an enlarged vein in the sac below the penis, is one common cause.
- Enlarged prostate- cell overgrowth in the prostate gland
- Erectile dysfunction (ED)- man's inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse.
If you are concerned about your urological health, you must visit the urologist. Our specialists will ask questions about the patient's condition and perform a physical exam.
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