Urology is a branch of medicine that studies abnormalities in the urinary and genital tract in men and women’s urinary tracts.
Handling of urinary and genital abnormalities includes:
- Preventive or treatment (medical) which is not a surgery
- Surgeries that start from non-invasive to highly invasive actions.
Problems with urology cases include:
- Frequent urination, convulsions and not light, or dripping at the end of urination.
- Colic pain with urine (urine) redness or bleeding, pain when urinating Urine is cloudy or has sandy or rocky urine.
- The presence of congenital abnormalities in the genitals, such as the testicles are not one or both sides, the mouth of the urethra is not at the pubic-end (hypospadias).
- Erectile dysfunction in the sexual dysfunction group.
- Kelainan infertilitas atau kemandulan pada laki-laki
For example, someone with a small stone size (<0.5 mm) and no radiological blockage signs is recommended to use the suggested treatment, which is to wait two weeks with lots of drinking and exercise, whereas if the stone is large enough, there may be many choices of non-invasive or non-invasive measures such as ESWL (extra-corporeal lithotripsy shock waves), URS with lithotriptor/stone breaker or using a laser. The most invasive operation is by open surgery.
Dealing with Invasive and Non-Infective Cases:
- Extracorporeal Shock Wave for Sexual Therapy (ESST)
- Rogenitalia case
- Treatment of kidney stones with Shock Wave (Extracorporeal Shock Waves Lithotripsy) and with Laser (Holmium Laser)