Services and Procedures
What is urology and what are urologic conditions?
Urology is a medical speciality that treats diseases of the male and female urinary system (kidneys and bladder). Specialist doctors in this field of medicine are referred to as urologists, and they work with nurses and technicians in diagnosing and treating patients with urologic diseases.
Urologic conditions refer to a variety of conditions which relate to the filtering and carrying of urine out of the body. These can affect men and women of all ages, as well as children.
Urologic diseases affect the urinary tract, and sometimes the reproductive organs. In females, they usually only involve the urinary tract, whereas in males they can affect both.
Medical conditions such as urinary tract infections or benign prostatic hyperplasia will require careful management from a urology team, while conditions such as cancer, congenital abnormalities, and stress incontinence may require surgical intervention.
When do you need to see a urologist?
If you experience any of the following symptoms, you may want to have them investigated by a urologist:
- Pain and/or burning while urinating
- Difficulty in controlling urination
- Weak urination stream
- Pain in the lower back or tummy area
- Blood in your urine
- Incomplete bladder emptying
- Loin, groin, or scrotum pain or lumps
- Frequent urination
- Urine leakage
- Sediments in urine
Our experienced urology team at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre are highly proficient in cutting-edge clinical advancements used in the treatment of kidney, bladder, and prostate diseases. This ensures you receive quality of care using the most up- to-date technology available.
Why you should consider our urologists in Singapore
Many of our urologists at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre are internationally trained, with years of specialised experience in urology and its subspecialities. Our centre allows them to combine their high level of expertise with up-to-date urological and surgical services.
Depending on your condition, the urologists at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre may also recommend non-surgical treatments, or minimally invasive surgeries. Whatever the treatment prescribed, their wealth of knowledge and experience ensures that you and your loved ones receive conscientious and informed care.
Major Areas of Specialisation
- Adolescence Urology
- Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH)
- Bladder cancer
- Bladder stones
- Erectile dysfunction treatment
- Female urology, incontinence, and voiding dysfunction
- Greenlight laser therapy
- Infertility and andrology
- Kidney cancer
- Kidney infections/cyst
- Kidney stone removal
- Laparoscopic Urology
- Male infertility
- Prostate disease treatment
- Prostate cancer
- Prostate enlargement
- Prostate inflammation
- Renal transplantation and dialysis access
- Reconstructive urology
- Robotic Prostatectomy
- Stone Treatment and Endourology
- Transurethral resection of prostate (TURP)
- Transplantation and dialysis access
- Urinary incontinence
- Urinary (bladder, ureteral, or kidney) stone treatment
- Urinary tract infection
- renal, ureteric, bladder, testicular and penile malignancies
Did you know?
Urine’s yellow colour is due to a substance called bilirubin. It is formed when the liver breaks down old red blood cells which are then excreted from the body through the urine along with other waste products.Request an appointment with an urologist today.