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    Urology deals with issues related to the urinary tract in both men and women. A urologist, apart from dealing with diseases related to the urinary tract, also diagnoses and treats anything involving the reproductive tract in men.

    A urologist can treat any part of the kidneys, uretes, bladder, urethra, adrenal glands, penis, prostrate, and testicles.




    Urology is the field of medicine that majorly focuses on diseases of the urinary tract and the male reproductive tract such as:

    • Female urology is concerned with female reproductive and urinary system issues.
    • Male infertility refers to issues that prohibit a man and his spouse from having a child together.
    • Pediatric urology is concerned with children's urine problems.
    • urologic oncology, which focuses on cancers of the urogenital system, including the bladder, kidneys, prostate, and testicles

    What is a Urologist?

    Urologists detect and diagnose and treat problems with the male reproductive system.

    They may do surgery in some instances. They may, for example, remove tumors or clear an obstruction in the digestive tract. Hospitals, private clinics, and urology centers are among the places where urologists work.

    The track is the system that makes, stores, and removes urine from the body. Urologists can treat any part of this technique. This includes the:

    • kidneys, which are the organs that filter waste out of the blood to supply a urine
    • The urethra is the tube that connects the bladder to the exterior of the body and carries urine.
    • adrenal glands, which are the glands located on top of every kidney that release hormones

    Urologists deal with the entire male genital system. This technique is formed from the:

    • The penis is the organ that excretes pee and transports sperm from the body.
    • prostate, which is the gland underneath the bladder that adds fluid to sperm to supply semen
    • testicles, which are the 2 oval organs inside the scrotum that make the hormone testosterone and produce sperm

    Which conditions do urologists treat?

    Urologists treat a good sort of condition that affects the urogenital system and male genital system.

    In men, urologists treat:

    In women, urologists treat:

    In children, urologists treat:

    What procedures do urologists perform?

    When you visit a urologist, they’ll start by doing one or more of those tests to seek out what condition you have

    • Imaging tests, like a CT scan, MRI scan, or ultrasound, allow them to ascertain inside your tract.
    • Your urologist can perform a cystoscopy. This involves employing a thin scope called a cystoscope to ascertain the within of your urethra and bladder.
    • They can perform a post-void residual urine test to seek out how briskly urine leaves your body during urination. It also shows what proportion of urine is left in your bladder after you urinate.
    • They can examine your urine for microorganisms that cause infections using a urine sample.
    Kidney stone surgery
    Enlarged Prostate Surgery

    Urologists also are trained to perform different types of surgery. this might include performing:

    • biopsies of the bladder, kidneys, or prostate
    • a cystectomy is a cancer treatment that involves removing the bladder.
    • extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy, which involves ending kidney stones so that they can remove more easily
    • a procedure to open a blockage
    • a repair of injury thanks to injury
    • a method for restoring urinary organs that have not formed properly
    • a prostatectomy, in which all or part of the prostate is removed to treat prostatic cancer
    • To treat enuresis, a sling operation is used, in which strips of mesh are used to support the urethra and maintain it closed.
    • transurethral resection of the prostate, which involves removing the excess tissue from an enlarged prostate
    • a transurethral needle ablation of the prostate, which involves removing the excess tissue from an enlarged prostate
    • A ureteroscopy is a procedure that involves using a scope to remove stones from the kidneys and ureter.
    • a vasectomy is a procedure that involves cutting and tying the ductus deferens, or the tube through which sperm travel to supply semen, to prevent pregnancy.

    When should you see a urologist?

    Minor urinary disorders, such as a UTI, can be treated by your doctor. If your symptoms don't improve or if you have a problem that requires therapy that your doctor can't provide, your doctor may send you to a urologist.

    You may get to see both a urologist and another specialist. A person with prostatic adenocarcinoma, for example, can see both an oncologist and a urologist.

    When does it become necessary to consult a urologist? Having any of those symptoms suggests you've got a drag within the urinary tract:

    • blood in your urine
    • a frequent or urgent got to urinate
    • lower back, pelvic, or side discomfort
    • pain or burning during urination
    • trouble urinating
    • urine leakage
    • weak urine flow, dribbling

    You should also see a urologist if you’re a person and you’re experiencing these symptoms:

    • a decreased concupiscence
    • a lump within the testicle
    • trouble getting or keeping an erection

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