Urology is a medical science that examines male and female urinary tracts and male reproductive organs. Diagnosis and treatment of all diseases related to organs such as kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, testicles, penis, scrotum and prostate gland are within the specialty of urology clinics. Urology specialists serving in these units are physicians who have received urology specialization training that lasted five years after six years of medical education. At the same time, urologists working in urology clinics, one of the branches of surgical medicine, can also perform surgical interventions for patients for diagnosis and treatment when necessary.

In the urology departments where the diseases of the male reproductive system and urinary system, and disorders related to anatomical or physiological reasons are diagnosed and treated, our specialist physician staff and experienced health personnel are employed. Diseases diagnosed by state-of-the-art methods in our hospitals; Medical treatments are treated by methods such as endoscopic applications, open or laparoscopic surgery operations, and robotic surgery. Kidney stone therapy with camera system (Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery-RIRIC), closed kidney stone surgery (PNL system) and ESWL application (stone breaking) are among the applications performed in our urology clinics. Treatment of kidney cancers, adrenal glands (Adrenal-Adrenal) diseases, ureteral diseases, bladder, prostate and testicular diseases are carried out by our specialist physician staff.
The diagnostic methods applied before determining the treatment plan in our urology clinics are as follows.
Computed Tomography (CT)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MR)
Ultrasound (Urinary USG, Doppler USG, Transrectal USG)
Laboratory Studies