Urology: A Functional, Pragmatic Guide

The amount of information in urology can be overwhelming at times. As my neurology attending once said, "it's difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff." In order to keep track of the many nuances, I've decided to put together a practical reference on where else but my own website. I'm hoping it'll serve as a reminder of the many informational nuggets I use on a daily basis, and maybe even a helpful guide for others.

NOTE: The information here is accessible through textbooks, websites, and other resources. It is not meant to act as a diagnostic or treatment tool for patients. This website does not substitute as patient-specific medical advice. If you have questions, you should see your PCP, urologist, or go to the ED for further evaluation.

General Urology

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

HEMATURIA

OVERACTIVE BLADDER

PRIAPISM

Infection, Inflammation, and all that jazz

URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS

RECURRENT UTI

MALE GU INFECTIONS

Oncology

BLADDER CANCER

KIDNEY CANCER

PROSTATE CANCER

TESTIS CANCER

ADRENAL MASSES

Stones (aka The Stone Zone)

MEDICAL MANAGEMENT

SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

NeuroUrology

URODYNAMICS

Reconstructive Urology

FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE

MALE POST-PROSTATECTOMY INCONTINENCE

MALE URETHRAL STRICTURES

TRAUMA

FISTULÆ

Helpful Urology Resources

AUA website: Contains tons of urologic resources, including the guidelines and core curriculum, covering (almost) all urology topics. Has a good med student curriculum too. May require a login for some sections.

UroResident.com: Seems to be a work-in-progress website to help residents in urology cite useful resources and understand certain procedures. May be helpful!