Office procedure performed in men with an elevated PSA and/or abnormal prostate exam to obtain prostate tissue samples that sent to the laboratory and examined for prostate cancer.
Performed by your doctor to test how well the bladder and urethra are functioning.
Technique using a small flexible fiberoptic camera to examine the patient’s bladder lining and urethra. A bladder biopsy may be performed to remove any suspicious tissue for further testing.
Scans the kidneys and bladder to find kidney stones, bladder stones, and blockage in the urinary tract.
Tests urine for several common diseases including UTIs, kidney and liver problems, and diabetes.
Convenient in-office testing of free/total Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) as well as free/total testosterone levels.
A urine test used to find abnormal cells in a patient’s urine. This test is performed in patients with hematuria, or known/suspected bladder cancer.
If the pain is also accompanied by fever, chills, or vomiting, you may be at risk for testicular torsion and should go to the nearest emergency room to be evaluated.
Established patients may request a visit here. When requesting an appointment, please specify that a virtual visit is preferred.
Patients who have been referred by their Primary Care Provider will be contacted by Urology Specialists to schedule an appointment. For appropriate clinical conditions a virtual visit may be requested.
New patients requesting Emergency Department follow-up or without a referral are asked to contact one of our office locations. Please note that many conditions requiring Emergency Department follow-up will be best-served with an in-person office visit.
Thank you in advance for your patience as Urology Specialists rolls out our telehealth services to best serve the community through the COVID-19 crisis.
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