Introduction to urology

Hello. My name Joann Mercer, and I am a certified urologist. I would like to thank you for visiting my brand new blog and I hope that I will provide you a ton of value by sharing you my secrets of urology which I accumulated within 15 years of practice.

So what exactly is an urologist ?

Urologist is a medical doctor who treats male and female urinary system and male genital organs. Patient bodies are treated for kidney, adrenal gland, ureter, urinary bladder, urethra, testis, epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate and penis. Urinary and sexual systems are all linked together, so one disorder may easily affect another. urology

As many of the symptoms in urology can easily be related to many other different clinical problems, urologists should have a good understanding of the internal organs medicine, paediatrics, gynecology and much more. Urology is classified as a branch of surgery. Urologists specialization may include the following:

Children’s urology
urologic oncology
kidney transplantation
Male infertility
Urinary stones
Women’s urology
Neurourology
Erectile dysfunction (impotence)

We often treat: benign prostatic hyperplasia, or enlargement of the prostate, urinary system cancer (eg. Kidney, bladder, prostate, testicular), male and female infertility, the intermediate cystitis, kidney stones, urinary incontinence, prostatitis, sexual dysfunction (erectile dysfunction ), urinary tract infections.

Thats it for start, however this is only a tip of an iceberg. Come visit me within the next couple of days and we will start diving into more subtile things.

Joann