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Synonyms for urology

the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the urinary tract or urogenital system

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The medical superintendent said that now the hospital management would make these dialysis machines operational within next couple of days as trained urologists and other technicians would run them unless nephrologists joined them.
He said that now these recently trained urologists and other technicians will run these dialysis machines in place of the nephrologist and related technicians here.
The SIUT programme is multi-disciplinary with the approach of bringing in the urological problems of males and specially females by the combined exposure of gynaecologists and urologists.
Most patients turn to oncologists, urologists and breast physicians.
Louis, and colleagues conducted a retrospective review of Medicare data on the 665 urologists in California in 2014.
We retrospectively performed a descriptive analysis using all billing receipts filed by a group of fifteen academic urologists in a tertiary center for the phone calls received from October 15th 2012 to August 1st 2013.
While women urology patients would prefer to see women urologists, there are far too few to meet demands, finds a study published online in May in the Journal of Urology.
Just 15 months after four highly sophisticated robot-assisted da Vinci Surgical Systems were introduced to South Africa (SA), nine local urologists are now 'flying' the ZAR23 million devices 'solo', while another ten are being mentored on the revolutionary robotic-assisted laparoscopic tool.
Elizabeth Kavaler is a board-certified urologist and is one of only 500 practicing female urologists in the United States.
Our focus is identifying whether there is an association between changing urologists and surgical complications.
And another group found that urologists and radiation oncologists are the driving force behind the overly aggressive approach to low-risk prostate cancer in older men.
Trivedi, a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology in India, and Rane (obstetrics and gynecology, James Cook U., Australia) bring together obstetrician/gynecologists and urologists from India, Australia, and the UK for this 21-chapter guide for gynecologists and urologists to female urinary incontinence and its management.
Preventive Services Task Force's recommendation against screening asymptomatic men for prostate cancer and the American Academy of Family Physicians' endorsement of it, referrals to urologists are down 25 percent to 35 percent.