Urology

Urology, also known as genitourinary surgery, is the branch of medicine that focuses on surgical and medical diseases of the male and female urinary-tract system and the male reproductive organs.

When you visit a Urologist for urinary or prostate-related issues, a comprehensive evaluation starts with a detailed history taking prior to any invasive or uncomfortable investigations. This will include questions about urinary symptoms and risk ... Read Full Answer
I would suggest going to see a GP or a dermatologist. The itching could be due to a fungal infection that arose from excessive sweating in the groin. If this has been going on for a long time, then it might need more than just a topical anti-... Read Full Answer
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Common symptoms of lower tract UTI (e.g. cystitis or bladder infection) in men include: painful urination blood in the urine frequency and urgency the sensation of incomplete void slow stream with the need to strain pain in the lower abdom... Read Full Answer
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The recommended types of surgical treatment for kidney stones depends on: size of stones location of stones complications from stones Treatment options include: Extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy breaking stones using shockwaves ap... Read Full Answer
Patients whose kidneys have failed completely (end-stage renal disease) require some form of therapy to replace the function of their kidneys in order to sustain life. Haemodialysis is one of three forms of renal replacement therapy, with the othe... Read Full Answer
The long term benefits from circumcision are: Easier penis hygiene Lower risk of urinary tract infections Lower risk of sexually transmitted infections (STI/STD) - however, this is not a replacement for safe sex with condoms lower risk of ca... Read Full Answer
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The role of radiation therapy in prostate cancer is in : Localised disease - i.e prostate cancer that is still confined to the prostate and has not spread beyond the prostate. In this stage of the disease, the goal of treatment is a cure. Both ... Read Full Answer