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The Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Urology is committed to providing the highest quality patient care in a compassionate, safe and patient focused manner.
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Physicians in the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Urology's Bladder, Kidney, Penile, Prostate and Testicular Cancer Program specialize in using advanced surgical therapies and minimally invasive procedures to treat male and female genitourinary cancers.
The Erectile Dysfunction Service at Massachusetts General Hospital treats male erectile dysfunction in a supportive and confidential environment.
The Massachusetts General Hospital Female Urology Program provides advanced and comprehensive care for urinary tract disorders including incontinence, voiding dysfunctions and pelvic prolapse.
The physicians in the Massachusetts General Hospital General Urology Program evaluate patients for urological diseases and common disorders, and provide outstanding care to patients diagnosed with urological conditions.
The Massachusetts General Hospital Geriatric Urology Program specializes in the innovative diagnosis, treatment and management of urological conditions experienced by patients age 60 and older.
The Kidney Stone Program at Massachusetts General Hospital specializes in the innovative treatment and prevention of kidney stones, managing care for more patients with the disorder than any other hospital in Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts General Hospital Neuro-Urology Program is staffed by specialists who help patients with voiding problems due to neurological diseases and related urinary symptoms.
Managing care for a high volume of patients every year, clinicians in the Prostate Health Program provide sophisticated detection, diagnosis and treatment of prostate disease, including prostate cancer and enlarged prostate (also known as BPH), and other related urinary problems.
The Reconstructive Urology Service at Massachusetts General Hospital is staffed by skilled and experienced surgeons who perform total and partial reconstructions of the urinary tract.
The Voiding Dysfunction and Incontinence Program at Massachusetts General Hospital features a team of specialists who treat urinary disorders with today's safest and most effective methods.
This new laser treatment – known as photo-vaporization of the prostate (PVP) – combines the effectiveness of an invasive surgical procedure with the safety and ease of a minimally invasive procedure.
A vasectomy is a very popular minor surgical procedure through which the tubes (vasa deferentia) that deliver sperm from the testes fluid during intercourse are cut or closed off. The procedure is usually done to prevent pregnancy.
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