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“Medical & Surgical Urology”is an open access publication that features scientific works of considerable importance in all fields of Urology including; Surgery for Urology, Urinary Tract Infections, Genitourinary Disorders, Urologic Oncology, and Urogynecology. The scope of the journal is not restricted to just Urology alone; studies related to nephrology, transplant research etc., are also welcome to promote multidisciplinary research. “Medical & Surgical Urology”is a boon for researchers and students who wish to be kept abreast of the latest advancements in this field. Policy makers, researchers, academicians, and practitioners can also benefit from the works published in the journal.
The journal under the guidance of acclaimed scientists from all over the world as editorial board members takes particular care on each individual article. The manuscripts are subjected to rigorous peer review and they are published based on the recommendations of the eminent scientists in the field of Urology. In addition to Research Articles, the Journal also publishes high quality Commentaries, Reviews, Perspectives, and Case Reports.
Urogynecology is a fairly new subspecialty and a fast-growing one, with increasing rates of pelvic floor disorders fueling a high demand for its services. A urogynecologist is an OB-GYN with advanced training and expertise in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction in women. These doctors are specially trained to remove faulty transvaginal mesh implants.
Urogynecology involves the diagnosis and treatment of urinary incontinence and female pelvic floor disorders. Incontinence and pelvic floor problems are remarkably common but many women are reluctant to receive help because of the stigma associated with these conditions. "There is no more distressing lesion than urinary incontinence-A constant dribbling of the repulsive urine soaking the clothes which cling wet and cold to the thighs, making the patient offensive to herself and her family and ostracizing her from society".
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Medical & Surgical Urology, Andrology & Gynecology, Critical Care Obstetrics & Gynecology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Gynecology & Obstetrics Case Reports, International Urogynecology Journal, Gynecologic Oncology, Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Advances in Urology, European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology, Gynecology and Minimally invasive Therapy, Urogynaecologia International Journal.
Endourology is a minimally invasive technique available to treat kidney stones. Stones may be extracted or fragmented using tiny instruments through natural body channels such as the urethra, bladder and ureter. Endourological procedures include:
1. Urethroscopy: used to treat strictures or blockages of the urethra.
2. Cystoscopy: used to treat bladder stones and tumors. Obstructing prostate tissue can be removed with this approach as well (a procedure called “TURP”). Flexible plastic tubes called stents can be passed up the ureter using cystoscopy and x-rays to relieve blockage of the ureter.
3. Ureteroscopy: used to treat stones and tumors of the ureter.
4. Nephroscopy: used to treat stones and tumors of the kidney lining.
This minimally invasive technique for the disintegration of stones involves the administration of shock waves that are generated by a machine called a lithotriptor. After the machine is calibrated, and the stone has been targeted, shock waves are focused and passed through the body in such a manner that their maximum energy is dispersed at the locale of the stone, with the intent of stone disintegration. The pulverized fragments then pass in the patient’s urine. The procedure works best for smaller stones. Other determinants for success with this treatment technique include stone composition and the specific anatomic location of the stone within the urinary tract.
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Medical & Surgical Urology, Medical & Clinical Reviews, Clinical Case Reports, Surgery: Open Access, Oncology & Cancer Case Reports, Journal of Endourology, Journal of Urology, World Journal of Urology, BMC Urology, Urology and Andrology Journal, Endoskopie, Urology Case Reports.
Children are not just small adults. They cannot always say what is bothering them. They cannot always answer medical questions, and are not always able to be patient and cooperative during a medical examination. A pediatric urologist has the experience and qualifications to treat your child.
A pediatric urologist is a surgeon trained to correct or improve congenital anomalies (birth defects) of the kidneys, bladder, ureters, or genitalia. However, many of the problems seen in a Pediatric Urology clinic are treated without surgery. These might include urinary incontinence, urinary tract infections, vesicoureteral reflux, among many others.
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Medical & Surgical Urology, Pediatric Care, Pediatrics & Therapeutics, Pediatric Emergency Care and Medicine-Open Access, Clinical Pediatrics: Open Access, Pediatric Infectious Diseases: Open Access, Journal of Pediatric Urology, Pediatric Urology Case Reports, Journal of Paediatrics, Urology Times, Urological Science, Open Urology and Nephrology Journal.
Urologic oncology concerns the surgical treatment of malignant genitourinary diseases such as cancer of the prostate, adrenal glands, bladder, kidneys, ureters, testicles, and penis. The Urologic Oncology Branch conducts clinical and basic research designed to develop better methods for detecting, preventing, and treating patients with kidney cancer, prostate cancer and bladder cancer. We evaluate and manage patients with non-inherited as well as inherited forms of kidney cancer. The Branch also has an expanding prostate cancer program.
Patients with known or suspected localized and locally advanced prostate cancer undergo advanced MRI imaging followed by fusion image-guided biopsy to diagnose and characterize the cancer. They may then be managed with robotic surgery or be followed with active surveillance and intermittent imaging. In addition, we have a growing program in genomics and targeted therapy for bladder cancer patients, including therapy that targets EGFR, FGFR3 and other mutated bladder cancer genes.
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Medical & Surgical Urology, Archives of Surgical Urology, Current Trends of Gynecologic Oncology, Integrative Oncology, Oncology Translational Research, Pediatric Oncology: Open Access, Medical Case Reports, Urologic Oncology, Urology Oncology: Seminars and Original Investigations, Current Opinion in Urology, Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Disease, Research and Reports in Urology.
Genitourinary is a word that refers to the urinary and genital organs. Urology is the branch of medicine concerned with the urinary tract in both genders and the genital tract of the reproductive system in males. Nephrology is the branch of medicine concerned with the kidney. Disorders of the genitourinary system includes a range of disorders from those that are asymptomatic to those that manifest an array of signs and symptoms.
Causes for these disorders include congenital anomalies, infectious diseases, trauma, or conditions that secondarily involve the urinary structure. To gain access to the body, pathogens can penetrate mucous membranes lining the genitourinary tract. Urogenital malformations include: Hypospadias Epispadias Labial fusion Varicocele. As a medical specialty, genitourinary pathology is the subspecialty of surgical pathology which deals with the diagnosis and characterization of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of the urinary tract, male genital tract, and testes. However, medical disorders of the kidneys are generally within the expertise of renal pathologists. Genitourinary pathologists generally work closely with urologic surgeons.
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Medical & Surgical Urology, Medical Case Reports, Genital Systems & Disorders, Medical & Clinical Reviews, Clinical Genitourinary Cancer, Genitourinary Disorders, Urology Journal, LUTS: Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, Urology Times
Laparoscopy is a way of performing a surgery. Instead of making a large incision (or cut) for certain operations, surgeons make tiny incisions and insert tiny instruments and a camera into a site, such as into the abdomen, to view the internal organs and repair or remove tissue. Laparoscopy is a surgery that uses a thin, lighted tube put through a cut (incision) in the belly to look at the abdominal organs camera.gif or the female pelvic organs.
Laparoscopy is used to find problems such as cysts, adhesions, fibroids, and infection. Tissue samples can be taken for biopsy through the tube (laparoscope). In many cases laparoscopy can be done instead of laparotomy surgery that uses a larger incision in the belly. Laparoscopy can be less stressful and may have less problems and lower costs than laparotomy for minor surgeries. It can often be done without needing to stay overnight in the hospital.
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Medical & Surgical Urology, Surgery: Current Research, Journal of Universal Surgery, Tropical Medicine & Surgery, Surgery [Jurnalul de Chirurgie], Surgical Laproscopy, Endoscopy & Percutaneous Techniques, Journal of Surgical Research, World Journal of Laproscopic Surgery, Journal of Laproendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques and Part B, Videoscopy.
Reconstructive urology is a highly specialized field of urology that restores both structure and function to the genitourinary tract. Prostate procedures, full or partial hysterectomies, trauma (auto accidents, gunshot wounds, industrial accidents, straddle injuries, etc.), disease, obstructions, blockages (e.g., urethral strictures), and occasionally, childbirth, can necessitate require reconstructive surgery. The urinary bladder, ureters (the tubes that lead from the kidneys to the urinary bladder) and genitalia are other examples of reconstructive urology.
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Medical & Surgical Urology, Journal of Aesthetic & Reconstructive Surgery, Journal of Universal Surgery, Surgery: Current Research,Surgery [Jurnalul de Chirurgie], Tropical Medicine & Surgery, European Urology, Journal of Urology, Nature Reviews Urology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Advances in Urology, Current Urology.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is an enlarged prostate gland. The prostate gland surrounds the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body. As the prostate gets bigger, it may squeeze or partly block the urethra. BPH occurs in almost all men as they age. BPH is not cancer.
An enlarged prostate can be a nuisance. But it is usually not a serious problem. About half of all men older than 75 have some symptoms. Benign prostatic hyperplasia is also known as benign prostatic hypertrophy. Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth.
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Medical & Surgical Urology, Journal of Prostate Cancer, Cancer Surgery, Advances in Cancer Prevention, Archives in Cancer Research, Cancer Clinical Trails, Cancer Science & Therapy, Journal of Urology, Journal of Clinical Urology, Prostate, Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases, Japanese Journal of Clinical Urology.
Medicines which are ready to cure the diseases of pelvic floor are the pelvic medicines. For example: Rocephin, Mefoxin, Doxycycline, Flagyl etc. depends on the type of disorders. Many people with pelvic pain have pelvic floor dysfunction, but specifically hypertonic muscles, or muscles that are too tight. The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that attach to the front, back and sides of the pelvic bone and sacrum. They are like a hammock or a sling, and they support the bladder, uterus, prostate and rectum.
They also wrap around your urethra, rectum, and vagina (in women). These muscles must be able to contract to maintain continence and relax to allow for urination, bowel movements, and in women, sexual intercourse. When these muscles have too much tension (hypertonic) they will often cause pelvic pain or urgency and frequency of the bladder and bowels. When they are low-tone (hypotonic) they will contribute to stress incontinence and organ prolapse. You can also have a combination of muscles that are too tense and too relaxed.
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Medical & Surgical Urology, Traditional Medicine & Clinical Naturopathy, Advanced Techniques in Biology & Medicine, Biology & Medicine, Emergency Medicine: Open Access, International Urogynecology Journal and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Abdominal Imaging, Urologia Internationalis, CardioRenal Medicine, Systems Biology in Reproductive Medicine.
Surgery which helps in remaking the defective organs or parts of the body. Reconstructive Procedures. Reconstructive surgery is performed on abnormal structures of the body caused by congenital defects, developmental abnormalities, trauma, infection, tumors or disease. It is generally performed to improve functions, but may also be done to approximate a normal appearance.
Reconstructive surgery is, in its broadest sense, the use of surgery to restore the form and function of the body; maxillo-facial surgeons, plastic surgeons andotolaryngologists do reconstructive surgery on faces after trauma and to reconstruct the head and neck after cancer. Reconstructive plastic surgeons use the concept of a reconstructive ladder to manage increasingly complex wounds. This ranges from very simple techniques such as primary closure and dressings to more complex skin grafts, tissue expansion and free flaps.
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Medical & Surgical Urology,Journal of Aesthetic & Reconstructive Surgery, Journal of Universal Surgery, Surgery: Current Research,Surgery [Jurnalul de Chirurgie], Tropical Medicine & Surgery,European Urology, Journal of Urology, Nature Reviews Urology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Advances in Urology, Open Urology and Nephrology Journal
A Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is an infection in any part of your urinary system — your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. Most infections involve the lower urinary tract — the bladder and the urethra. As compare to men women are at greater risk to get affected by UTI.
UTIs are a key reason we're often told to wipe from front to back after using the bathroom. That's because the urethra -- the tube that transports urine from the bladder to the outside of the body -- is located close to the anus. Bacteria from the large intestine, such as E. coli, are in the perfect position to escape the anus and invade the urethra. From there, they can travel up to the bladder, and if the infection isn't treated, continue on to infect the kidneys. Women may be especially prone to UTIs because they have shorter urethras, which allow bacteria quick access to the bladder. Having sex can introduce bacteria into the urinary tract, too.
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Medical & Surgical Urology, Clinical Infectious Diseases & Practice, Infectious Diseases and Diagnosis, Emerging Infectious Diseases , Infectious Diseases & Therapy, Infectious Diseases and Treatment, LUTS: Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, UroToday International Journal, The British Journal of General Practice, Clinical Genitourinary Cancer
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