Urological Cancer

Cancers of the urological system include bladder, urethra, kidney, penis, prostate and testicles.  With all cancers, early detection is key.  It is no different with cancers of the urological system.

Please click on the topics to the left for additional information.

While bladder cancer is the sixth most common cancer in the United States, progress is bring made in treatment options.  For more information on symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, please visit the Urology Care Foundation.

Learn More About Bladder Cancer

da Vinci® Surgery for Bladder Cancer

Kidney Cancer, caught early, has an excellent survival rate.  For more information on kidney cancer diagnosis and treatment options, visit:

Urology Care Foundation
National Cancer Institute – Cryosurgery for Kidney Cancer

da Vinci® Surgery for Kidney Cancer

While rare, cancer of the penis does occur.  It is important that you know how to recognize a possible problem early to ensure quick diagnosis and an excellent chance for a cure.

More information can be found by visiting Urology Care Foundation.

Prostate cancer is common and is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths for men in the United States.  It cannot be stressed enough that being informed is vital.  Men should have open discussions with their health care providers about detection and treatment.

For more information, please visit these resources:

Localized Prostate Cancer: Patient Guide
Urology Care Foundation

Urology Care Foundation – Cyrosurgery for Prostate Cancer

da Vinci® Surgery for Prostate Cancer

Early diagnosis is vital for effectively treating testicular cancer.  Monthly self-examination and an open dialogue with your medical provider are extremely important.  Please visit this resource:

Urology Care Foundation

COVID-19 Updates from Urology Specialists

We now offer Telemedicine. Call us more for information and schedule a telehealth appointment today!

Because we care for patients who are considered high risk, we need your partnership to prevent the spread of illness.

In response to rising concerns with COVID-19, we are asking that you please reschedule your appointment if you have had close contact with a person who is under investigation/or laboratory confirmed for COVID-19  or if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

·         New onset fever 100.4 or greater

·         New onset cough in past 14 days

·         New onset shortness of breath

·         New onset sore throat

Please be advised that we do not test for COVID-19 in our office.

In addition, if you are in the high risk category (pregnancy,  heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, immunosuppressed, etc.), we understand if you wish to reschedule your appointment to a future date.

Thank you for your partnership in keeping our patients and staff healthy at Urology Specialists and Urology Specialists Surgery Center.

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