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Urologists diagnose and treat problems involving the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs. Unlike most other medical subspecialists, urologists provide care throughout the life cycle — from newborns to elderly. Because of the broad range of clinical problems they encounter, urologists have a familiarity with many other medical fields — such as internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, geriatrics and oncology — in addition to surgical training
The expertise of the Urology Department at Oriana Speciality Hospital, Sharjah covers the spectrum of clinical urology. Our physicians are leaders in clinical research that enhances our capability to offer the most advanced treatments available.Specialised in treatment of male infertility and assisted reproduction (IVF – ICSI) for oligo-astheo-terato-spermia and azoospermia. Male sexual dysfunctions and male hormone treatments.The organs covered by urology include the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra and the male reproductive organs.The Department of Urology at Oriana Speciality Hospital Sharjah diagnoses, treats, and manages patients with the following urological disorders:
- ✓ Urinary tract infections.
- ✓ Urinary Stones.
- ✓ Management of male impotence and infertility.
- ✓ Andro- Urology.
- ✓ Prostatic diseases (infections of the prostate, enlargement of the prostate in elderly men, early diagnosis of cancer of the prostate) .
- ✓ Birth defects of urinary & genital organs. .
The Urology clinic is located on the ground floor of the hospital the clinic encompasses the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of conditions that affect the urinary tract and associated organs. West Suffolk Hospital's urology department specializes in the treatment of these conditions. Urological conditions are complex and can have a profound effect on people. We aim to treat patients with skill, confidentiality and understanding.
- ✓ Prostate disorders
- ✓ Bladder disorders
- ✓ Kidney disorders
- ✓ Urinary tract cancers
- ✓ Urinary tract stone disease
- ✓ Urinary tract infection
- ✓ Urinary incontinence
- ✓ Male erectile dysfunction
- ✓ Male infertility
- ✓ Inguinal, penile and scrotal paediatric urological