Urinary & Kidney

Showing   of 12 results

The Knotts on the beach

After Decades of Struggle, Man Finds Relief from the Urinary Symptoms of BPH

Bob was only in his thirties when he started having pain with urination. He soon realized that medication wasn’t a solution for him. At 60, he made a life-changing appointment with University Hospitals urologist Irina Jaeger, MD.

Ruby Egler in recovery

Innovative Hysterectomy Procedure Helps Woman Suffering from Heavy, Long Periods

Ruby Egler is the first woman in Cleveland to benefit from an innovative type of hysterectomy that is perfect for women who suffer from exceptionally heavy bleeding due to fibroids.

”Jojo” Jones pictured before and after his kidney transplant procedure

Toddler Thrives After Receiving Kidney Transplant at UH Rainbow

After receiving a kidney transplant at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, one-and-a-half-year-old Josiah “Jojo” Jones is full of energy and doing great.

Tony’s quality of life has been improved by his procedure

Addressing Blood Flow Issue Solves ED for Florida Resident

Many times, erectile dysfunction is caused by vascular disease. To make a correct diagnosis and choose a treatment with a high chance of success, a team of experts is needed to identify, evaluate, and treat these patients.

Older male patient in a consult with his urologist

Treatment Solves Patient’s Bothersome Urological Problems

Nine months after his GreenLight laser treatment, Mike remains free of symptoms of enlarged prostate, medically known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

Pat and her husband Jim

Specialty Pharmacy Offers Help and Hope To Patient

Pat’s perspective was, “I can do this. My mantra was to put one foot in front of the other and keep going.” And keep going, she did.

kidneys

Why Kidney Health is Vital to Your Overall Well-Being

You cannot live without proper renal function, even if the kidneys are assisted artificially. Life would not continue without the many functions these organs perform. Learn more about kidney health.

female incontinence

Don't Accept Urinary Incontinence As a 'Normal' Part of Aging

Four out of every 10 women over the age of 50 experience urinary incontinence. But there are a number of options to treat the condition -- with or without surgery.

Results are loading...