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What is Urology

Urology is the branch of medicine which deals with diagnoses, management and treatment of genital, urinary and reproductive systems in men and women. This may include both medical, as well as surgical interventions.

Common causes of Urology problems

You may have Urinary problems due to the following

  • Bladder infection

  • Constipation

  • Ageing

  • By birth defects

  • Obesity

  • Diabetes

  • Cancer in the urinary system

  • Stones in the urinary system

Subspecialties of Urology

The scope of Urology is extensive. Below are the recognised sub specialities

  • Paediatric Urology, which caters to children with Urologic problems

  • Urologic Oncology, which caters to urologic cancers

  • Urinary tract stones

  • Neurourology

  • Kidney Transplant

  • Male infertility

  • Female Urology, which caters to urologic problems specific to women

Conditions treated by a Urologist in Men

Focusing on Urinary health and Male Reproductive Health, below are some conditions treated by a urologist

  • Cancers of the urinary and reproductive system, involving the bladder, prostate, kidney, penis, testicles

  • Issues with the prostate gland, like inflammation

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Kidney stone

  • Kidney disease

  • UTI

  • Varicoceles

Conditions treated by a Urologist in Women

Some conditions specific to women are

  • Kidney stones

  • UTI

  • Overactive bladder

  • Urinary inconsistency

  • Bladder prolapse

  • Cancer involving bladder, kidney and adrenal gland

Conditions treated by Urologist in Children

  • Cancer of the Urinary and genital areas

  • Undescended testicles

  • Neurogenic bladder

  • Bedwetting

  • Circumcision

  • Renal failure

Procedures performed for detecting Urologic Problems

The doctor may advise the following diagnostic tests. They may be advised alone or in a combination.

  • Urine test

  • Urodynamic test

  • Post-void residual urine test

  • CT scan

  • MRI

  • Ultrasound

  • Cystoscope

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When are the symptoms which indicate urologic problems?

Q: What does a urologist treat?

Q: What kind of surgeries can be done under this speciality?

Q: Should a man see a urologist regularly? If yes, from what age?

Q: Can a urologist treat urinary tract infections?