Urological symptoms are different for women and men because of gender differences. The female urethra has its own specific features as well as the male, and it requires the knowledge of doctors in this field to be extremely deep and supported with rich experience.
The urologist specialist should be able to diagnose and treat urological diseases using all surgical methods – open surgery, endoscopic and laparoscopic surgery. The urologist’s skills include the possibility of operative actions requiring intervention in adjacent or embedded tissues and organs – blood vessels, organs in the abdomen and chest cavity, organs of the female reproductive system. The advanced age and the large number of accompanying illnesses in most patients require the use of multiple studies to properly assess the condition. This includes specific urological endoscopic studies, imaging equipment, echoographs and stationary x-ray facilities, as well as a competent interpretation of special X-ray imaging, computerized axial tomography and nuclear magnetic resonance imaging.
Urolithiasis – Kidney stones resulting from urinary tract infection and prostatitis.
Bladder urine retention – filling the bladder with urine, which is accompanied by an impossible volitional discharge. In the acute condition, blistering is accompanied by low abdominal pain, accompanied by a vegetative symptomatology – palpitations and sweating.
Urinary incontinence – occurs after birth in women. Bacterial atony occurs after radical gynecological operations. The risk of urinary tract infection increases.