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Female Urology

Created: 7/4/2005

 

FEMALE UROLOGY

  • Hormonal influences on female bladder function, the effects of pregnancy (infection and ureteric obstruction)
  • Hormonal influences on female bladder function
  • The correct use of antibiotics, including use in pregnancy and in patients taking oral contraception
  • The nature, presentation, diagnosis and management of urethral syndrome
  • The nature, presentation, diagnosis and management of interstitial cystitis and related sensory disorders
  • The causes, presentation, diagnosis and management of urinary fistulae to the female genital tract
  • The nature, presentation and effect of vaginal prolapse and its inter-relationship with urinary and ano-rectal dysfunction
  • The assessment and management of women with genuine stress incontinence alone and when combined with detrusor instability, voiding dysfunction or prolapse
  • The causes, pathophysiology, clinical features, investigation and treatment of genuine stress incontinence including non-surgical and surgical treatments
  • The roles of transvaginal and open surgery; techniques, success rates and complications both short and long-term
  • The artificial urinary sphincter and its role in genuine stress incontinence
  • The role of periurethral injections and other minimally invasive treatments in genuine stress incontinence
  • Urethral diverticulum - causes, presentation, diagnosis and management
  • Other cystic/mass lesions palpable through the anterior vaginal wall

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