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  • Katelaris_1_Oct_Peyronies

    Peyronie’s disease is a condition in which plaques form in the erectile tissue of the penis. Over time this causes penile curvature, indentation, inflammation and shortening, and / or narrowing.

    The plaques usually form on the top or upper side of the penis causing it to curve upwards. The condition occurs in approximately 3% of … Read More

  • Steve Price interviews Dr Katelaris on Prostate Cancer, management, treatment and diagnosis on 2GB’s Health Matters program.

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  • putingatawo

    Urinary incontinence is an issue that some sufferers may feel embarrassed about, but might be relieved to hear is more common than they realise. It is also usually very treatable – with treatments ranging from exercises, to various surgery options or medication, depending on the nature of the condition and its cause.

    Urinary incontinence … Read More

  • Katelaris_1_Sept_KidneyStones

    Kidney stones occur when salts in the urine form into solid crystals or ‘stones’. These stones can block the normal urine flow, and can be accompanied by severe pain. Kidney stones can also cause infection, and even kidney damage or failure in severe cases. There are several types of kidney stones, with the most common being what are … Read More

  • Man Recieving a CAT Scan for Prostate Cancer

    Since the prostate is one of the organs mostly involved in urinary and reproductive health issues among men, promoting awareness of prostate diseases is a significant step for prevention. Some prostate conditions, although benign and non-cancerous, may be potential risk factors of prostate cancer. At Katelaris Urology, we aim to help raise men’s … Read More

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