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Urology

General Information

Overview

Urologic issues or sicknesses are conditions that influence any piece of the urinary framework and the male genitalia.

The urinary framework (or renal framework) is called all things considered since it’s the maker of (pee), the body’s normal side-effect from the different metabolic procedures. It additionally contains overabundance water the body needn’t bother with.

It is made principally out of the kidneys, ureter, bladder, sphincter muscles, and the urethra, which can very long among people (ladies have a shorter urethra than men).

The kidneys are the bean-formed organs found on each side of the body and close to the adrenal organs. Albeit little, they have a noteworthy influence in the urinary framework since they are the ones in charge of sifting poisons and different squander from the body. They additionally help keep the electrolyte balance. The pee, which contains the poisons and overabundance water, at that point goes through the ureter, which is associated with the bladder.

The bladder can be compared to an inflatable, which extends once pee begins coming in and, in this way, controls the end of pee. When the bladder is full, the nerves found on the bladder dividers send the message to the cerebrum, so the body responds and sets itself up for the pee.

The pee at that point goes through the sphincter muscles, which are presently loose, and into the urethra. It leaves the vaginal opening or the penis.

The male conceptive framework, then again, is comprised of the penis, scrotum, bladder, prostate, urethra, vas deferens, epididymis, and gonad. Dissimilar to those of ladies, the male conceptive parts are increasingly noticeable. The penis is the place the sperm cells (male conceptive cells) are ousted amid sex or discharge. The scrotum is the little sac that hangs behind the penis. It is in charge of keeping the testicles, which deliver the sperm and the male sex hormones, in a perfect condition. The sperm delivered by the testicles goes to the epididymis, which stores and enables it to develop for treatment and proliferation. At that point, it experiences the vas deferens and into the urethra.

Causes

  • Infection – Infection such as urinary tract infection (UTI) can happen to males though it’s more common among women. Harmful microorganisms such as bacteria can get into the body through the anus until they invade the urethra, making it painful to urinate. Although UTI is easy to treat, when left unmanaged, it can cause serious complications including septic shock that results in organ failure and death.
  • Obstruction – Kidneys, for example, can develop stones that may block the flow of urine to the bladder. Obstructions can also occur in the vas deferens and prostate.
  • Lifestyle factors – Obesity is currently one of the biggest threats on chronic kidney disease (CKD) risk. CKD is usually associated with elevated blood pressure and diabetes, which are also related to obesity. A person may suffer from CKD without any symptom. Unfortunately, once it’s discovered, it is usually already in the late or end stage.
  • Heredity – Polycystic kidney disease is an inherited disorder characterized by the presence of several fluid-filled sacs in the kidneys. They can multiply and grow large. They can also break causing severe bleeding and pain when urinating. They can damage the kidneys in the long run as they promote high blood pressure.
  • Diuretics or medications – Certain medications such as diuretics promote the production of urine, which may lead to excessive urination or incontinence. Some drugs can also be harmful to the kidneys in the long term.
  • Food – Alcohol and caffeine may also act as diuretics.
  • Congenital – Many abnormalities can affect the male genitalia such as micropenis and chordee (in which the penis’s head is curved either downward or upward).
  • Physiological – Male infertility can be caused by poor or low sperm production, ejaculation issues, and hormonal imbalances.
  • Unknown causes – Some disorders don’t have a definite cause. A good example is interstitial cystitis, which is also called painful bladder syndrome. Researchers point to an autoimmune disease, heredity, genetic defect, and infection as possible causes.

Symptoms

  • The difficulty of passing urine
  • The abnormal volume of urine (may be too much or too small)
  • Lower back (flank) pain
  • Pain in the lower abdomen
  • Fever
  • Passing off blood during urination (hematuria)
  • Pain during urination
  • Frequent urge to pass urine
  • The feeling of not emptying the bladder
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Change of urine color and smell
  • Enlarged prostate
  • Urine leakage
  • Loss of bladder control (incontinence)

Diagnostic

Biopsy

A biopsy is used to diagnose a medical condition and can be obtained by removing a small amount of tissue with a special tool.  This sample is then sent to a special lab for examination by a pathologist.  The pathologist’s report helps your healthcare provider treat your condition properly.

CT Scan

Otherwise known as a CAT scan, a CT scan is computer axial tomography.  CT is used commonly as a diagnostic tool in urology.  Urology Specialists is proud to operate its own CT department.  Our CT department is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) which conducts a rigorous exam of our CT staff, procedures, and equipment.  You are invited to ask your CT tech questions as well as read more information about the CT process through these helpful links.

Cystoscopy

A cystoscopy (cystourethroscopy or commonly called “cysto”) is a procedure that allows your urologist to look inside your bladder and urethra.

Urine Cytology

This test is done to examine your urine for cancer cells.  It is done through a painless “clean catch” urine sample which is then processed in the lab.

Ultrasound Imaging/Post-Void Residual

Used as a diagnostic tool, ultrasound is painless and requires little preparation.  In urology, ultrasound imaging can be used to scan for residual urine after bladder emptying as well as problems involving the scrotum, kidneys, and bladder.

Stone Analysis

Analysis of a kidney stone is done by a lab to see what chemicals make up the stone.  The analysis is done on a stone that has either passed on its own through the urine or is removed surgically.  The analysis will show what kind of stone it is and will, therefore, guide your healthcare provider in treatment and prevention of future stones.

Urinalysis (UA)

A urinalysis is performed by taking a “clean catch” urine sample and examining it in the lab.  The lab will be looking for bacteria or blood in the urine.

Urodynamics

This testing is done to help identify specific urological problems including bladder control issues, weak stream and not fully emptying the bladder.  There are several steps to the urodynamics testing.

Cost

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