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Urology

Urology is the branch of medicine concerned with the study of the pathogenesis, symptoms and methods of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of pathologies of the urogenital system in men and of the urinary system in women.

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Urology

Urology is a branch of medicine dealing with the study of pathogenesis, symptoms and methods of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of pathologies of the urogenital system in men and urinary system in women. These diseases affect your quality of life and are fraught with dangerous complications. If you have any of these symptoms, you should be seen by a urologist as soon as possible. Urology is represented by a modern department in CBS at 37-A Gagarina Street. Here you can undergo complex diagnostics and treatment of detected diseases.

What Diseases Does a Urologist Treat?

A urologist is a specialist in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of the urogenital system and retroperitoneal organs. Progressive urology uses a conservative approach (pharmacotherapy, physiotherapy) as well as surgical methods, which are necessary for complicated pathologies and congenital or acquired defects of the urogenital system.

Consultation with a urologist is required for the identification and treatment of urological diseases of various etiologies. The list of such diseases include:

  • Urethritis
  • Testicular pathologies (testicular torsion, varicocele, hydrocele, orchitis, epididymitis, testicular appendage cysts)
  • Prostatitis
  • Glomerulonephritis
  • Pyelonephritis
  • Bladder diseases (cystitis, overactive bladder syndrome)
  • Prostate adenoma
  • Phimosis
  • Balanoposthitis
  • Urolithiasis
  • Polycystic kidney disease
  • Hydronephrosis
  • Nephroptosis
  • Enuresis
  • Incontinence
  • Genital prolapse
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Genitourinary fistulas
  • Congenital anomalies of the genitourinary system
  • Sexually transmitted infections (STI)
  • Male infertility
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Genitourinary system neoplasms
  • Renal failure

Urological Symptoms

An appointment with a urologist should be made for the following symptoms of urological disorders:

  • blood or pus in the urine;
  • discharge from the vagina or urethra;
  • sediment or changes in the transparency or colour of the urine;
  • changes in the amount of urine produced during the day;
  • urinary disorders (burning, itching, itching, rubbery, painful sensations, frequent or difficult urination, coughing or laughing incontinence, bedwetting);
  • pain and discomfort in the perineum, suprapubic or lumbar region;
  • external changes in the male genitalia (inflammation, redness, rashes of different shapes and forms, swelling, itching, etc.);
  • disorders of sexual function (decreased libido, pain during intercourse, early ejaculation, prolonged erections at night, etc.);
  • symptoms of inflammatory pathologies or genital infections (prostatitis, urethritis, cystitis, chlamydia, etc.);
  • any skin changes and neoplasms in the genital area;
  • erectile dysfunction;
  • difficulties in conception;
  • urinary incontinence.

A urologist should be consulted regularly if there are chronic urological disorders. Annual consultations with a urologist are also necessary for all men over the age of 35. After the age of 45, you should see this specialist twice a year.

During the Visit of Urologist Cabinet

During the appointment, the urologist listens carefully to all of the patient's complaints and asks follow-up questions that help to clarify the nature and root cause of the abnormality. As a rule, the doctor is interested in:

  • lifestyle habits;
  • the cases of referral to a doctor-urologist in the past and their results;
  • surgeries on the pelvic and retroperitoneal organs;
  • presence of urological pathologies in close relatives;
  • a history of sexually transmitted infections;
  • complications in the form of chronic somatic diseases (diabetes mellitus, hypertension, etc.);
  • the presence and nature of sexual problems;
  • the presence of chronic diseases and the type of medications that are taken continuously to stabilize the condition.

Initial diagnosis of urological diseases includes palpation and percussion of the genitourinary organs. Men undergo a finger rectal examination of the prostate gland to assess its condition and rule out cancerous pathologies. The doctor then prescribes additional instrumental and/or laboratory tests that help to gather more information about the clinical picture of the disorder and make a correct diagnosis.

Urological Examination Methods

The following methods are used for diagnosis in urology:

  • urine and blood tests (general, biochemical, Nechiporenko, bacteriological urine culture, PSA blood test, etc.);
  • urogenital smear;
  • urethral smear;
  • spermogram;
  • urodynamic tests;
  • ultrasound of the urogenital system;
  • prostate secretion analysis;
  • spectral analysis of blood flow;
  • end corporal scanning techniques;
  • radiography;
  • urethroscopy;
  • cystoscopy;
  • biopsy;
  • CT SCAN;
  • MRI.

If necessary, a further examination or differential diagnosis by other specialists (endocrinologist, cardiologist, oncologist, gynaecologist, dermatovenerologist, etc.) is carried out.

State-of-the-art diagnostic methods help to determine the nature, extent and localisation of pathological changes in a short period of time. Based on the findings, the urologist draws up an individualised plan for conservative therapy or performs surgical treatment of urological diseases.

Therapeutic Methods in Urology

After the initial consultation and the results of the laboratory and instrumental tests, a follow-up appointment with a specialist is necessary to advise on further treatment. This may include:

  • medication therapy with follow-up tests;
  • correction of previously prescribed pharmacotherapy (if necessary);
  • physiotherapeutic procedures: vibromassage, massage (including prostate), transurethral electrostimulation, phonophoresis, laser therapy, vibromassage, ultrasound therapy, thermotherapy, LOD therapy, acoustic stimulation of the kidneys, etc.

At the Department of Urology at CBS, shockwave therapy is used to treat many pathologies. This physiotherapeutic method is based on the directional effect of high-frequency sound waves. They do not violate the integrity of tissues and stimulate regenerative processes.

Shockwave therapy in urology is conducted with the BTL-6000 SWT. This equipment allows the doctor to treat lesions with acoustic waves of a certain frequency, which can penetrate deep tissues. SWT reduces inflammation and swelling, improves blood circulation and relieves pain and cramps. The method can be used to treat non-infectious and calculous prostatitis, chronic pelvic pain syndrome, erectile dysfunction, prostate adenoma and Peyronie's disease. The number of sessions is determined individually. Positive results are achieved in more than 90% of clinical cases.

If it is impossible to eliminate the pathology identified by conservative methods, surgical treatment is recommended to the patient. Surgery in urology is divided into endoscopic and traditional operations.

Our Advantages

  1. A comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of urological pathologies according to evidence-based medicine protocols.
  2. Comfortable conditions at CBS.
  3. Prompt delivery of examination results.
  4. Personal and attentive approach.
  5. Affordable cost of urologist's consultation.
  6. Respect for confidentiality.

Doctors

If you need to make an appointment to see a urologist for a consultation on symptoms of concern or treatment of previously diagnosed urological abnormalities, please contact the contact centre operators at CBS. You can also schedule a visit to a urologist on the Clinic's website or via the feedback form. Timely urologist consultation, the price of which is affordable for people with different incomes, will help prevent complications and start an effective course of treatment of detected pathologies.

Licenses and Certificates

Сертифікат ISO 9001-2015 UA229123

Certificate ISO 9001-2015 UA229123

Сертифікат ISO 9001-2015 UA229123 (ENG)

Certificate ISO 9001-2015 UA229123 (ENG)

Сертифікат ISO 9001-2015 UA229124

Certificate ISO 9001-2015 UA229124

Ліцензія № 282410

License № 282410

Свідоцтво "Лідер галузі в медичній сфері"

Certificate "Industry Leader in the Medical Sector"

Диплом переможця всеукраїнської премії "Герої малого бізнесу 2021"

Diploma of the winner of the All-Ukrainian award "Heroes of Small Business 2021"

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