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Terms to Know Before Visiting a Urology Doctor

Urology doctors specialize in the diagnosis, care and treatment of conditions that affect the male and female genital organs and the urinary tract. Prior to being examined by a urologist, it may be helpful to know the meaning of several terms that may be discussed during the visit.

  • Bladder – The urinary bladder is a hollow organ located in the pelvic cavity that collects urine before it is excreted.
  • Prostate – A walnut-sized gland in males that may become enlarged, but can be corrected through surgery.
  • Kidneys – A pair of organs that help the body maintain proper water and electrolyte balance, and filter waste. A urologist may be consulted to treat several conditions that affect the kidneys, including kidney stones.
  • Vasectomy – A vasectomy is a surgical procedure performed on males to cause sterilization. It may be performed by a doctor as an in-patient or outpatient operation. A urologist can also reverse the procedure should a patient request it.
  • Catheter – A catheter is a tube used to release or inject fluids into the body. A doctor may recommend or require a catheter to treat a condition that affects the urinary tract.
  • Diuretic – To treat high blood pressure or fluid retention, a urology doctor may prescribe a diuretic, which increases the amount of water in the urine and helps to remove excess fluid from the body.
  • Robotic Surgery – Several urinary surgical procedures are now performed through robotic assisted treatments. As a method of patient care this type of procedure is less invasive and may bring about faster recuperation.
    Kidney & Urology Foundation of America, Inc.
    The urology doctors in our association treat and diagnose prostate cancer, kidney stones, bladder cancer, and offer vasectomy. For kidney, bladder, or male infertility find a urologist in your area.
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    Insight Healthcare Services
    7970 North Wickham Rd Ste. 5, Melbourne, FL 32940
    A family nurse practitioner offering uroplasty, an alternative for bladder control. Accept most insurance and Medicare. No meds, no pain, and no surgery. Call for your appointment.
    (321) 684-2810
    All Women Urology P A
    10115 Forest Hill Blvd Ste 101, Wellington, FL 33414
    All Women Urology female urology center founded and operated by female urology specialist Dr. Nancy Lobby. We specializes in the treatment of female urology conditions.
    (561) 795-1234
    Gulfstream Urology
    8931 Colonial Center Dr, Fort Myers, FL 33905
    Comprehensive urologic care with a personal touch, contact our doctors regarding your reproductive system or any problems with your urinary track. We offer specialists and treatments.
    (239) 277-5770
    Tristan H Pangilinan MD FACS
    200 Ne 19th Dr, Okeechobee, FL 34972
    (863) 467-7666
    David A Sigalow MD
    215 Ne 19th Dr, Okeechobee, FL 34972
    (863) 763-0217
    Sebring Urology Center
    6801 Us Highway 27 N Ste C2, Sebring, FL 33870
    (863) 382-0333
    Anthony J Arciola MD
    6801 Us Highway 27 N Ste B3, Sebring, FL 33870
    (863) 382-0333
    Kwabena Pobi MD
    2373 Us Highway 27 S, Sebring, FL 33870
    (863) 382-2576
    Gulf Stream Urology
    579 Nw Lake Whitney Pl, Port Saint Lucie, FL 34986
    (772) 336-2081
    Treasure Coast Urology Associates
    4638 S 25th St, Fort Pierce, FL 34981
    (772) 468-0042
    Michael C Solomon
    4638 S 25th St, Fort Pierce, FL 34981
    (772) 468-0042
    Advanced Urology Associates of Florida
    1986 35th Ave, Vero Beach, FL 32960
    (772) 562-5476
    Paul T Bakule MD PA
    787 37th St, Vero Beach, FL 32960
    (772) 562-2524
    Robin Atwell J MD
    1355 37th St Ste 303, Vero Beach, FL 32960
    (772) 569-7606
    Vero Urology Center The
    1355 37th St Ste 303, Vero Beach, FL 32960
    (772) 569-7606

    Urologists are medical specialists who focus on the body's urinary tract. Men and women seek medical attention from a doctor for issues relating to this field. Patients are often referred from their primary physicians who have initially diagnosed a problem or area of concern. A urologist has the necessary training to make a diagnosis and perform any necessary procedures. Males often seek urology care for care of the reproductive system which is connected with the urinary tract. They may seek care to treat a variety of problems. Or, they may be interested in having a vasectomy. This surgery is often performed in a health clinic or center. The procedure is considered out patient and the recovery time does not require a hospital stay. Prostate issues are also common especially in older males. Female patients often seek treatment from a doctor for overactive bladder or incontinence. Urology care may include prescribing medications or in more severe cases, surgery. Advances in medical technology have made procedures less invasive and shorten recovery time. Often procedures are performed through laser technology or robotic means. Pediatric urology is another branch of the discipline. Congenital disorders may be present such as abnormalities of the genitals or underdeveloped urinary tract. Kidney stones are another common ailment that affects both men and women and are treated by urologists. Once necessitating surgery, current procedures are non-invasive. Patients seek the advice and treatment of urologists ranging from vasectomy to the dissolution of kidney stones. Seeking a referral from your primary care physician is the most reliable means of selecting a urologist to meet your needs.
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