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An appointment with a urologist includes: study of patient complaints and medical history; physical examination, including visual examination, palpation, tapping and other methods that make it possible to draw up an overall picture of the patient's condition; blood tests; Ultrasound of the urinary system and prostate; pyeloscopy (endoscopic method by which the renal pelvis is examined and the necessary manipulations are performed (biopsy, etc.)); examination with a cystoscope (allows you to examine the urethra and bladder and carry out diagnostic and therapeutic manipulations in these organs);

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urethroscopy (examination of the urethra with a urethroscope); CT or MRI to assess the state of the genitourinary system; suprapubic catheterization, which allows you to measure the volume of residual urine, solve the problem of urinary retention or incontinence, deliver radiopaque or drugs directly to the bladder and, if necessary, rinse it; percutaneous diagnostic and treatment cyst puncture in the kidney;

a biopsy of the bladder or prostate gland; the appointment of drug therapy or surgical treatment; the appointment of a diet and a health-improving regimen.

  1. Before going to an appointment, patients want to know what the urologist is checking and prepare for the examination.
  2. What the urologist looks at depends on the patient's gender and age.
  3. condition of the penis; condition of the scrotum; the condition of the inguinal lymph nodes; condition of the prostate gland.
  4. Since it is impossible to visually inspect the prostate gland, its condition is assessed using finger probing through the anus.
  5. the state of the ureter; bladder condition; condition of the genitals.
    Since medical centers and private clinics carry out examinations and necessary examinations faster and better, many patients prefer these medical institutions to ordinary state polyclinics.

An appointment with a urologist can be made by phone or using the electronic form on the website of the selected clinic. On such sites, it is possible to consult a urologist online without registration.

In private clinics, there is a call to a urologist at home, which can be used if a child or an adult patient, for some reason, is difficult to deliver to the clinic. Since not every person has visited a urologist in his life, patients very often have questions of a general and particular nature.

Common questions of a general nature include the following:
Who is a urologist, what does this doctor treat for men? A urologist is a general practitioner who treats diseases of the genitourinary system and retroperitoneal space. In men, a urologist treats cystitis, urethritis, urolithiasis, nephritis, adrenal diseases, prostatitis, reproductive disorders, sexual dysfunctions, STIs and cancers of the male genital organs. What does a urologist look at in men?

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During the initial examination, the urologist examines the penis, scrotum, inguinal lymph nodes, assesses the condition of the prostate gland. The condition of the kidneys, bladder and urethra is assessed based on the results of examinations.

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