If kidney cancer is detected early the survival rate can be excellent. With more than 50% of cases going undetected in the UK, read more from our expert urologist Mr Chris Blick on the risk factors for developing renal cancer.
A urinary catheter may be used in cases of urinary incontinence, retention or when monitoring a patient's habits following surgery. We've asked consultant urologist Mr Simon Choong to give his expert advice on how to avoid developing any complications with the catheter.
If you're looking into treatment for an enlarged prostate you may wonder what options are available. We've asked one of our expert urologists Mr Jaspal Virdi to explain two of the commonest procedures used: Rezūm and UroLift. Read more on how they work, whether they are right for you and the success rates.
Cryotherapy is a procedure that destroys tissues in the body by freezing them to an extremely low temperature and the technique is used to treat early stage renal cancer. Our expert urologist Mr Christopher Anderson explains just how effective the treatment can be.
When the prostate becomes enlarged, men can experience a number of urinary problems. Fortunately, there are a number of solutions, and one that is growing in popularity is Rezūm water vapour therapy. Professor Hashim Ahmed explains.
Cryotherapy kills cancer cells by freezing them. It can cure small, early-stage kidney cancer by freezing tissues at an extremely low temperature and destroying the cancer cells completely. We've asked one of our expert urologists Mr Christopher Anderson to explain how it works.
There are over 6,600 people diagnosed with kidney cancer in the UK each year. For unknown reasons, kidney cancer affects more men than women and 2 out of 3 people diagnosed are over the age of 65. We asked urologist Mr Christopher Anderson about kidney cancer, how it starts and how it can be detected.
It can come as a nasty surprise when you go to the toilet and fine that your urine is coming out a red or pink colour. Whilst some food such as beets or rhubarb can turn the urine red this cannot be assumed and red or pink urine is probably haematuria – in other words, blood. Expert urologist Mr Jeremy Crew is here to explain what causes visible blood in the urine.
Infertility is a fairly common obstacle to couples trying to have a baby. What causes infertility in men? How can you test for male infertility? What can be done if the results show infertility? Find out all the answers and more with expert urologist Mr Mohammed Belal!
Urinary problems can be anything from difficulty in passing urine, going to the bathroom too often during the night, or even having the urge to go the toilet when you don't really need to. Leading Cambridge urologist explains just which methods are used to test your urine flow to find out what's going on.