Urology specialists provide fast and effective service to patients using the latest diagnosis and treatment methods. Treatment options may include medication, surgeries, laparoscopic surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and other interventional procedures.

Since urological problems can lead to serious health problems, early diagnosis and treatment are very important.

What Diseases Does Urology Treat?

Urology focuses on many health problems, especially urinary tract and kidney diseases, reproductive system diseases and prostate problems. Below are examples of some of the diseases that urology looks at:

• Kidney stones: Stones formed in the kidneys can cause pain, infection and other problems in the urinary system.

• Urinary tract infections: Urinary tract infections are a common health problem, especially in women. These infections can cause symptoms such as urinary tract pain, urgency, urinary tract bleeding, and fever.

• Prostate problems: An enlarged or inflamed prostate gland can block urine flow and cause urinary tract symptoms.

• Urinary incontinence: Urinary incontinence, urinary incontinence, or leakage in the urinary tract. These problems can seriously affect quality of life.

• Urological cancers: Many types of urological cancers, such as bladder, kidney, prostate, testicular and penis cancer, are within the scope of urology.

• Male infertility: Male reproductive system problems can cause fertility problems. Urologists can identify the causes of male infertility and develop treatment plans.

These are just a few examples, but the diseases examined by urology are in a wide range.

Frequently Asked Questions in Urology

How does urology examine?
Urologists can apply different examination methods according to the patient's symptoms and complaints. These inspection methods may include:

• Physical examination: The urologist can physically examine the patient's genital area and urinary tract. During this examination, sections such as abdominal examination, penis, testicles, prostate and rectum area may also be examined.

• Urine testing: Urine testing can be used to diagnose urinary tract infections and other urological problems. Urine culture testing can help create an accurate treatment plan by determining the type and number of bacteria in the urine.

• Imaging tests: Imaging tests such as ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), or computed tomography (CT) may be used to examine the kidneys, bladder, prostate, and other urological organs.

• Biopsy: In cases where urological cancer diagnosis is necessary, urologists can perform a biopsy. This process involves taking samples of tissue or cells and then examining them for laboratory testing.

• Endoscopic examination: Endoscopic examination is a method used to visualize the inside of the urinary tract. During this procedure, a special tool can be inserted into the urinary tract and its interior can be examined.

Urologists can evaluate patients using different examination methods according to symptoms and complaints.

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