Advances in Urology

Led by a team of expert doctors, our urology program is #1 in volume in the US.

With more top urologists than any other hospital nationwide, our top-ranked urology program provides expert care to our patients.

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Comprehensive Programs Focus on Male Reproductive Health

Physicians in the Departments of Urology at NewYork-Presbyterian offer the most advanced diagnostic technologies and treatment strategies to address male infertility, sexual dysfunction, and low testosterone. Read the full article »

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Prostate Cancer: Perspectives on Therapeutic Advances

With the advent of robotically assisted and minimally invasive surgical practices, along with newer imaging approaches, clinicians at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell are providing care with dramatically transformed treatment options. Read the full article »

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Improving Surgical Approaches in Urogynecology

Center for Female Pelvic Health in the Department of Urology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell provides care for women who have suffer– and often silently – with discomforting pelvic conditions, including pelvic organ prolapse. Read the full article »

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Reconstructive Urology: Helping to Restore Quality of Life

The Division of Reconstructive Urologic Surgery in the Department of Urology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia, in collaboration with Gynecologic Oncology, Colorectal Surgery, and Plastic Surgery, addresses the myriad issues related to surgically restoring lower urinary tract and genital form and function. Read the full article »

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A Dedicated Team Focuses on Urinary Disorders

The specialists in the Department of Urology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia bring their combined skills and experience in a range of treatment options for urinary disorders, including voiding dysfunction and urinary tract infection, whilst pursuing clinical research in a number of areas critical to improving treatment outcomes. Read the full article »

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