Department of Urology

Urology is a branch of medicine that studies the urinary system of both women and men, as well as diseases of the male genitalia.

It is known that with age the number of urological diseases also increases. Urological diseases are treated both medically and surgically.

The material and technical base of F. Todua Medical Center allows urological patients to be examined in a timely and complex manner on an outpatient basis to receive an appropriate prescribing of treatment.

 

The urology department is equipped with expert-class ultrasound equipment Canon Apilo 300 and the latest Flexible Video Cystoscope (Olympus)

 

The following diseases are diagnosed and treated in the Department of Urology:

- Urinary tract disease (kidney stones, severe pain in the lumbar region);

- Urinary tract infections (acute and chronic inflammation of the kidneys, acute and chronic inflammation of the bladder);

- Sexually transmitted diseases (chlamydia, trichomoniasis, candidiasis);

- Urinary problems and bladder obstruction (benign prostatic hyperplasia);

- Bloody mixture in the urine (bladder tumor);

- Difficulty urinating and pain in the lumbar region (prostate cancer);

- Pain in the testicles (testicular tumor, inflammation, cyst, dehydration);

- Inflammatory processes in the organs of the urinary system;

- Inflammation of the bladder – cystitis;

- Inflammation of the prostate gland-prostatitis

 

Patients should immediately consult a urologist at the first sign of symptoms of urological diseases to be diagnosed at an early stage and receive   appropriate prescribing  of treatment. Early diagnosis is extremely important to prevent complications of urological diseases.

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