Holland Hospital Urology diagnoses and treats urological problems and disease, such as kidney and bladder infection, enlarged prostate (BPH), cancer, erectile dysfunction (ED), urinary incontinence and more.
Specialized diagnosis provided by Holland Hospital for the following urological conditions include:
Most prostate cancers are diagnosed through a PSA screening (blood test) or a digital rectal exam before symptoms develop. Early prostate cancer usually has no symptoms. Learn more about prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment.
What often leads a physician to suspect kidney cancer is either a mass discovered during an examination or a mass discovered by an X-ray performed for some other reason. Learn more about kidney cancer diagnosis and treatment.
If you are experiencing troubling bladder symptoms, your doctor will begin diagnosis with a urine culture and urinalysis. A urine culture looks for the presence of bacteria in the urine, while urinalysis checks for the presence of blood. Learn more about bladder cancer diagnosis and treatment.
A diagnosis of erectile dysfunction may be as simple as answering your doctor's questions about your medical history and having a short physical examination. Learn more about erectile dysfunction diagnosis and treatment.
The first step toward successful diagnosis and treatment of female incontinence is understanding the root causes of your symptoms. Your bladder condition is a medical condition that can be treated, usually without invasive procedures or surgery. Learn more about female incontinence diagnosis and treatment.