Urologic Subspecialties

Urologic Subspecialties

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Besides caring for cancer patients, UCSF treats adults with a wide range of other urinary tract conditions. These include common problems such as kidney and bladder stones, urinary tract infections, and urinary incontinence, and less common ones, such as obstructions of the urinary tract and painful bladder syndromes. In men, we provide treatment for benign conditions of the prostate gland, erectile dysfunction and male infertility. Our team is also nationally known for expert repair of traumatic injuries to the genitals and urinary tract.

Urologic Subspecialties News & Highlights

For a sixth consecutive year, rankings of National Institutes of Health (NIH) biomedical research funding put UCSF in first place for urology funding. According to the Blue Ridge Institute for...
Ben Breyer, MD, MAS has been named Residency Program Director and Associate Chair of Education for the Department of Urology.  Dr. Breyer has previously served as Associate Program Director and has...
Not everyone might cheerfully welcome trading a 5,500 sq. ft. house on two acres for a modest condo near Mission Bay. But Dr. Raj Pruthi sees the bright side even in the formidable Bay Area housing...
Each year, the American Urological Association (AUA) honors the contributions of physician researchers and educators to the field of medicine, the specialty of urology, and the AUA.  Thomas Chi, MD,...
Anne M. Suskind, MD, MS, FACS, FPM-RS, Associate Professor of Urology; Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences and Director, Neurourology, Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive...
Hillary Copp, MD, MS and Lindsay Hampson, MD, MAS, along with other UCSF patients and caregivers, participated in Spina Bifida Association’s Walk and Roll held in Walnut Creek this month.  The team...
UCSF.EDU Covered UCSF Urology's Ben Breyer, MD, MAS and his study on how patients are increasingly resorting to crowdfunding websites to pay medical bills.  Click here for the full story.