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Enlarged prostate Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Prostate problems affect thousands of men across Australia and beyond. Often, these are not due
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What are the best treatments for kidney stones? 

Kidney stones are increasingly common among Australian men and women, with as much as 8%
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Nanochip Technology and The Future of Urology 

Nothing advances quite like technology.   Developments in recent decades have dramatically changed how we live,

UroLift Or TURP – Which Procedure to Choose for Treating BPH?

Dealing with BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) can be extremely challenging, especially over time and the

Bladder cancer risk factors: Do Vitamin D and Marijuana Have Something in Common?

While bladder cancer is not the most common cancer in Australia, it still impacts many
prostate cancer patients

Prostate Cancer Diagnosis – Benefits of Early Detection of Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is currently Australia’s second-most common type, affecting thousands of men and their families
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Robot Surgery

Robotic Prostatectomy is an effective procedure in the treatment of Prostate cancer. However there may be cases in which robotic prostatectomy is not the suitable option for certain patients, Dr Katelaris discusses these circumstances and other options that are available in such instances.

First Vasectomy Reversal in Australia using ROBOTICSCOPE

Robotic kidney surgery is particularly useful for performing the operation of partial nephrectomy. Patients suitable for partial nephrectomy are those who have a kidney cancer of a relatively small size which is located in the upper or lower pole of the kidney.



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