Division of Urology
Penn surgeons lead the field of urology, educating its rising surgical stars and offering the latest treatment advances for patients who suffer from numerous types of urologic disease.
We are international researchers and innovators in this field and, as such, have made significant contributions to virtually every area of the field, including:
- Bladder cancer
- Interstitial cystitis
- Infection and inflammation
- Kidney cancer
- Lower urinary tract function and dysfunction
- Male infertility
- Male sexual health
- Overactive bladder
- Pediatric urology
- Penile cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Prostatic obstruction
- Stone disease
- Testicular cancer
- Urinary incontinence
- Urinary tract reconstruction
Offering the Latest Treatment Options
Our surgeons have devised innovative surgical techniques for bladder preservation and for diseases of the prostate.
We diagnose and treat benign inflammatory and infectious disorders, kidney stones, all types of voiding dysfunction and obstruction (including incontinence and reconstruction of the upper and lower urinary tract), male infertility, and impotence. We also treat surgical diseases of the adrenal gland.
A Long History of Excellence
Penn surgeons are at the forefront of urology, offering the latest techniques to evaluate and manage all types of urologic disease. In fact, Penn surgeons carried out the first interstitial radioactive seed treatment for prostate cancer in the Philadelphia region in the mid-1970s.
Today, our surgeons continue to be the field's leaders, presenting their research and techniques in medical conferences around the world.
Committed to Your Health
As leaders in the field of urology, our goal is to provide you with superior surgical care that meets your individual needs. By combining leading edge surgical techniques with the latest technology, we're able to provide the treatments that are making a difference in the lives of our patients.
Our determination to innovate and improve surgical techniques is driven by our commitment to the most important goal in health care — improving and maintaining your health.
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