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Diseases of the male and female urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra) are treated by the medical specialty of urology. Additionally, the topic of the male reproductive organs is covered (penis, testes, scrotum, prostate, etc.). Urologic health is crucial since illnesses in these body components can affect everybody.

One surgical specialty is urology. A urologist is a medical professional skilled in surgery as well as internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, and other fields of medicine. This is so because urologists deal with a wide variety of clinical issues.

Our Urology Department

Simple and complex urology diseases are treated at the Medcare Urology Department in Dubai and Sharjah. You will find the best urology specialists, facilities, and care here regardless of the issue, whether you need a diagnosis, medical attention, or surgery.

Expert urology doctors and thorough treatment plans are available at Medcare. The patient's welfare comes foremost for our incredibly skilled urology doctors and surgeons as they carry out their operations. Our department is equipped with the most cutting-edge medical technology to improve the precision and effectiveness of diagnosis and treatment.

When to Consult a Urologist

The best doctors to handle any disease affecting the male reproductive system and urinary tract are urologists. Your care may entail involvement from other medical specialists. For example, a urologist may collaborate with an oncologist to treat prostate cancer or with a gynecologist to address pelvic pain in female patients. The head of your medical team will be the urologist if you have a urologic issue, though.

We encourage you to consult with a urologist when your experience one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Urinary issues can include frequent urination throughout the day or at night, burning or pain when urinating, trouble starting to urinate, a weak urine stream, or the feeling that you are not completely voiding.
  • Kidney pain typically affects the flank and may result from a variety of conditions, including kidney infections, urinary stones, kidney obstructions, and kidney stones themselves. A urologist needs to evaluate this.
  • Urinary stones are a highly prevalent concern. Stones can develop in the kidney and occasionally travel via the ureter to the lower urinary tract, where they can cause excruciating discomfort. The typical symptoms are dull flank ache and acute shooting pain radiating to the groin/testicles from the flanks. Rarely, stones may show no symptoms at all or present with blood in the urine. Usually, an abdominal CT scan or ultrasound will reveal the presence of stones.
  • These days, the PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) test is commonly offered as a component of wellness plans and occasionally is clinically necessary. A urologist should always evaluate abnormal PSA test findings because elevated PSA does not always imply prostate cancer.
  • Blood in the urine can be brought on by a number of conditions, including infections, kidney stones, urologic malignancy, etc. This needs to be addressed carefully and may manifest as tiny clots in the urine, bright red urine, or pink urine. Sometimes, it can only be seen when the urine is examined under a microscope.
  • Testicular pain or enlargement may be acute or persistent. A testicular lump should never be disregarded. Testicular cancer may be the cause. Varicocele, an infection, a tumor, or dilated veins can all cause testicular pain. Urgent medical attention is required for sudden testicular pain because the testicular blood supply may be twisted as a result (torsion).
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections need to be treated, too.
  • Penis pain may be brought on by the inability to retract the foreskin (phimosis), pain during erections, or pain while urinating. A lesion or ulceration of the penile skin can occasionally happen, which could indicate cancer.
  • Sexual dysfunction includes premature ejaculation, pain during sexual activity, or bending of the penis during an erection.
  • Oftentimes, issues with the male spouse are discovered during the investigation of infertility. Low sperm numbers, sperm absence, or non-motile sperm in the semen could all be contributing factors.

Specialized Services Offered by our Urology Clinic

You can receive comprehensive urological care from our urology specialists, including high-quality treatment for issues with the kidneys, ureters, bladder, prostate, and reproductive systems.

Urology Surgery services include attending to the following:

  • Kidney, ureteral and bladder stone treatment
  • Genitourinary system disorders
  • Prostate disorders
  • Erectile dysfunction treatment
  • Incontinence treatment
  • Hydrocelectomy
  • Urologic Tumors and Oncology
  • Pediatric Urology
  • Urodynamic study

Our Urologists in Dubai and Sharjah

At Medcare in Dubai and Sharjah, our urologists are devoted to your care and wellbeing.

Our urology experts have exceptional diagnostic skills and thorough therapy regimens. Additionally, they receive extensive and continual training in their field. In all of their interactions and practices, our doctors are dedicated to advancing the field of urology medicine and doing clinical research while continually utilizing the most advanced, evidence-based techniques.

Procedures and Treatments under Urology Care

At Medcare’s hospitals in Dubai and Sharjah, our treatment plans include the following:

  • All endoscopic procedures for stone treatment in the kidney, ureter and bladder
  • All open surgical procedures for urinary diseases
  • Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL)
  • All endoscopic treatment for prostate enlargement
  • Urodynamic Testing

Why Choose Urology Care at Medcare?

Urology-related disorders need to be addressed to and treated by a brilliant team of urologists working at the most cutting-edge hospitals in Dubai and Sharjah, Medcare, whether they are chronic, protracted, or made worse by other conditions.

Due to the nature of these disorders, a multidisciplinary team of specialists must provide integrated and complete care. They must be able to give diagnosis, a well-thought-out treatment plan, appropriate interventional treatments, long-term maintenance, and follow-up. In order to effectively treat patients, urologists at Medcare’s hospitals in Dubai and Sharjah work in collaboration with a wide range of specialists, all under one roof.

Due to our versatility in the medical industry, we offer a wide range of services to treat a variety of urology-related conditions. Along with the top-notch patient care you'll receive at Medcare Dubai and Sharjah, our state-of-the-art medical technology propels us to the forefront in the field of urology industry.

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Last update date: 21-03-2023

Prof. Dr. Amgad Farouk is an expert on minimally invasive surgery in the Urology Department of Medcare. He holds a PhD from Cairo University, Egypt, and the Cleveland Clinic Foundation Fellowship in Advanced Laparoscopy, USA.

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Dr. Foroozan Khezri

Dr. Foroozan Khezri is a specialist in adult and paediatric urology. After graduating as a doctor from Belgrade University in Yugoslavia, Dr. Khezri went on to receive a PhD from Sheraz University of Medical Sciences in Iran, and pursued a Urodynamics Course at the Cleveland Clinic, USA.

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