The organs of the
male body which are of special interest to and are dealt with
by a urologist are
and all of the inter-connecting plumbing which links them.
You can find out about each of these organs by clicking on
the "more" link beside each. There you will find
Anatomy, Function, Diseases signs and symptoms, Examinations
Male urology, addresses conditions such as
Bladder and urethral obstructions
Sexually transmitted diseases
Prostate gland disorders
Infertility and impotence
Vasectomy and it's reversal
Kidney stones and bladder or ureteral obstructions
pose serious problems and great pain for patients. Using fiberoptic
techniques, urologists can diagnose and treat these blockages
without making surgical incisions. Specialists are also highly
skilled in the use of lithotripsy (shock waves which fragment
hard-to-reach stones) and advanced techniques to access and eliminate
Urology now offers the most advanced treatment available for Benign
Prostatic Hyperplasia, commonly called BPH or enlarged prostate.
This condition usually occurs in men age 50 and over, and can
cause painful bladder infections, frequent urination, and other
problems. Treatment involves a wide range of therapies, including
the latest surgical techniques.
Medical interventions to correct male erectile
dysfunction have become highly sophisticated. Urologists provide
a full range of testing and therapies, including hormonal treatment,
penile injection therapy, penile prostheses and microvascular
surgery to enhance blood flow.
Vasectomy reversal and other treatment for male
infertility is available. Urologists and reproductive endocrinologists
often work in conjunction to assess a couple’s needs, and
take an aggressive approach to fertility problems.