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Urology Exam For Men
History & physical.: The appointment will consist of a detailed history and physical exam. The exam will focus on the abdomen and genitals. In men, inspection of the penis, palpation of the testicles, and a hernia check will occur. If indicated, the prostate is checked by a digital rectal exam. In women, there may be a pelvic exam if indicated. A urine sample may be taken and checked. Urine flow can be analyzed.See 1 more doctor answer
Urology is a medical and surgical specialty that deals with the urinary tract (kidney, ureter, bladder, & urethra) of men and women; & the reproductive system of men. It is a broad field dealing with issues ranging from infections & kidney stones to surgical problems such as congenital defects, cancer surgery, and incontinence. Urologists are board certified by ...Read more
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Can you tell me if throughout a recent urology exam the md said I have a caruncle. Does anyone know what this is or what causes it?
Benign: A urethral caruncle is what we call a granulomatous (benign) lesion at the urethral meatus (opening). Most often in post menopausal women. It is bright red, soft and smooth. If the diagnosis is apparent, no treatment is needed. Estrogen crean and anti inflammatory cream may be used. If it is bothersome it can be removed or cauterized. It is not a serious condition.See 1 more doctor answer
I went to my urology he advised me to stop testestrone replacement because has risk of heart attack I tray but I felt im not a man tire depressed. Bad?
See endocrinologist: Unfortunately, most men who have been placed on testosterone, do not have a true need for the drug, and were started on it inappropriately. However there are men who truly need it. You should see an endocrinologist to evaluate whether you truly need to be on it. Recent studies suggest that there may be a higher risk of heart disease with people on testosterone, but this is not yet proven.See 1 more doctor answer
Urology: This is the specialty that deals with the genital and urinary symptoms. Like the kidneys, ureter, and bladder. In men we also deal with the prostate, testes, penis and urethra. Urologists are surgeons. We treat cancers of the above areas. We also treat kidney stones, urination, and reproductive issues in men.
A surgical specialty: Urology is a medical and surgical specialty that deals with the urinary tract (kidney, ureter, bladder, & urethra) of men and women; & the reproductive system of men. It is a broad field dealing with issues ranging from infections & kidney stones to surgical problems such as congenital defects, cancer surgery, and incontinence. Urologists are board certified by the american urological association.
History & physical.: The appointment will consist of a detailed history and physical exam. The exam will focus on the abdomen and genitals. In men, inspection of the penis, palpation of the testicles, and a hernia check will occur. If indicated, the prostate is checked by a digital rectal exam. In women, there may be a pelvic exam if indicated. A urine sample may be taken and checked. Urine flow can be analyzed.
Repair of the meatus: The urethral meatus is the hole where urine exits the body. A meatoplasty is a surgical procedure to fix the meatus, to allow urine to flow more normally. In boys, scarring or narrowing of the meatus can be fixed with a meatoplasty. A meatoplasty may be used in a hypospadias repair, a condition where the urethra does not develop normally. In women, scarring in vulva may require this repair.See 8 more doctor answers
Medicine vs Surgery: The differences may be subtle outside of professional circles, but essentially urology is a surgical field that deals with the urinary tract: kidneys, ureter, bladder, prostate, and genitals. By contrast, nephrology is a specialty of internal medicine, where disorders of the kidney are treated in non-surgical ways (dialysis).See 4 more doctor answers
Cystometry is test: Is a urologic test, performed by filling bladder with fluid or air whilst measuring pressures and monitoring sensation. Unusual if not performed by or under supervision of a urologist or a urogynecologist. That dr. Should discuss findings and implications with you.See 1 more doctor answer
?: Maybe either neither or both. Best answer would be to ask them? Good luck!
Nephro vs urol: Urologist take kidneys out with surgery....Nephrologist use medicine to effect kidney function...Sometimes get biopsies of kidney, but no surgery by nephrologitst....See 4 more doctor answers
Bladder function.: Urodynamics measures pressures in the bladder as it is filled and as you void. This can show how well the bladder expands as it fills, if it is abnormally active, if it squeezes with sufficient strength, and if it empties efficiently. It can also test continent and sphincter function. Video is sometimes used to see if any anatomic defects exist.See 4 more doctor answers
Investigation: There are many fine urology doctors and centers scattered throughout the usa. You can inquire about training, years of experience, affiliations with major medical centers, honors, etc. Your local medical society and major hospitals are good information sources.
Detailed history.: It is important to note all signs and symptoms to arrive at a diagnosis. Pain with urination can be indicative of several conditions, including urinary tract infection, muscular spastic pain, vesicoureteral reflux, and stricture among others. It is also important to repeat the question, to track changes in this symptom over time.See 1 more doctor answer