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Urology is the specialty that deals with problems in the urinary tract; the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. There are three main components to urology; stones, cancer, and problems with weeing:


Urinary tract stones can occur anywhere so rather than putting them on seperate pages, I've jammed them all on one. This is for kidneys, ureter and bladder. (If a stone's in the bladder, it'll probably pass through the urethra fairly easily).

Urological cancer

There are two big cancers in urology: prostate cancer and bladder cancer. Kidney cancer is generally due to metastases and urethral and penile cancers are uncommon.

Problems with wee

Other stuff