Prostatic growth / Prostatic hyperplasia. An enlarged prostate gland can lead to bothersome urinary symptoms, such as blocked urine flow from the bladder.
Urinary Tract Stones (Lithiasis / Stones). They are hard masses that form in the urinary tract and can cause pain, bleeding, or infection, or block the flow of urine.
Urinary infections and sexually transmitted diseases.
Human Papillomavirus (Genital Warts / Condylomas). They are a group of viruses related to each other. They can cause warts / condylomas on different parts of the body.
Cancer / Urinary Tract Tumors (Uro Oncology): Prostate, Bladder, Penis, Urethra, Testicle, Kidneys, Ureter, Adrenal Gland. Uro-Oncology is the part of urology that includes the study of urological tumors, establishing individualized diagnostic, therapeutic and follow-up tests for each patient.
Diseases of the testicles (Hydrocele: Accumulation of fluid in the tunic that covers a testicle and that produces an increase in the size of the scrotum. Epididymis cyst: it is a painless, fluid-filled cyst in the long and tightly coiled duct that is above and behind each testicle Varicocele: is the enlargement of the veins within the scrotum).
Phimosis / Redundant Foreskin. It occurs when the hole in the foreskin, the skin that covers the entire penis, is too narrow to let the glans out.
Stenosis (Narrowness) of Urethra, Ureter. It restricts the flow of urine from the bladder and can lead to a variety of medical problems.
Kidney cysts It is a round or oval bag filled with liquid, with a well-defined outline.
Urinary fistulas. It occurs when there is an abnormal hole between the tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder.
Male fertility problems.
Peyronie’s disease (Curvature of the penis). It is a non-cancerous condition that results from fibrous scar tissue that forms on the penis and causes painful, curved erections.