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St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital offers patients state of the art urological care utilizing advanced technologies by a team of medical experts. Our surgeons are highly trained in general urology as well as urological cancers, kidney diseases, robotic and laparoscopic surgery as well as urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction. Our trauma surgeons are also part of the SLCH Level III Trauma Center, providing urological trauma surgery as needed. Urological services at SLCH include:

 

Endourology — The small fiber optic scopes are used to see the lining of the urinary tract from kidney to

bladder, and used to treat stones and some tumors.

Oncology — Diagnosis and treatment of cancer of the urinary tract of men and women.

Laparoscopy — Surgical procedures in which a fiber optic instrument is inserted through a small incision in the

abdomen and used to perform surgery of the kidney, ureters, bladder and prostate.

Robotically-Assisted Laparoscopy — Performed for prostate, kidney and bladder surgery, using the daVinci®

Surgical System.

Urinary Tract Infection — Treatment of bacterial infection of the urethra, bladder, ureters or kidneys.

Neurology and Female Urology — Treatment of urological conditions that have a neurological origin such as spinal

cord injury and disorders of the urinary tract in females such as urinary leakage.

Men’s Health- No Scalpel Vasectomy, Low Testosterone, Erectile Disfunction and Penile Implant Surgery.

 

 

 

 

Diseases and Conditions We Treat:

Prostate and Men's HealthBladder and Other DisordersKidney Disorders
- ​PSA Elevation​- Bladder Cancer​- Kidney Cancer
​- Benign Prostatic Hyperplasmia​- Cystocele (Fallen Bladder)​- Kidney Obstructions
​- Prostate Cancer​- Hematuria (Blood in Urine)​- Kidney Stones
​- Erectile Dysfunction/Impotence​- Interstitial CystitisAdrenal Disorders
​- Peyroine's Disease​- Neurogenic Bladder​- Adrenal Cancer
​- Testicular Cancer​- Overactive Bladder​- Hyperfunctioning
​- Vasectomy​- Urinary Incontinence​- Adrenal Masses
​- Urethral Stricture Disease​- Vesicoureteral RefluxUrological Trauma

 

Men's Health ED-ucation

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects approximately one in five men over the age of 20, including more than half of men who are at least 40 years old. And it's not just the individual who suffers. ED often times causes intimacy issues between a man and his partner.