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Urology is a discipline that deals with diseases of the urinary system. Furthermore, it deals with diseases affecting the organs of urinary excretion and drainage, as well as the male and female genital abnormalities.

What we do

Urology deals with diseases of the urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra). These include developmental disorders, infections, inflammations, stones, difficulty passing urine – difficulty urinating, involuntary loss of urine – and cancer. It is also involved in examining and treating male genital problems (testes, prostate, penis).

What Are The Most Common Urology Problems?

  • Frequent, painful, bloody urination
  • Urinary incontinence
For men:
  • Difficult, stuttering urination
  • Decreased urine output, nighttime urination
  • Erectile dysfunction
In addition, screening tests are essential, and it is recommended for all men to request a screening for prostate cancer from a urologist from the age of 45.

What Should I Expect From My Urology Consultation?

  • Interview. The urological examination usually starts with an interview to identify the problem. It involves taking a urological and medical history, sometimes with questionnaires and scales.
  • Physical examination. Palpitation of the kidneys, abdomen, and genitals. A digital rectal examination may be performed to measure the consistency and size of the prostate.
  • Urine test.  Ordered provide proof of infection or hematuria.
  • Lab test.  Kidney function, PSA, etc. may be ordered to measure the state of our urological functions.
  • Diagnostics. If needed, the kidney, bladder, and other urological organs can be visualized with ultrasound, or a CT scan can be arranged.


Dr. Gábor Kovács