The most common malignancy of the urinary tract, often will recur with time.
The dropping, falling, sinking, or sliding of the bladder from its normal position.
Enlarged Prostate (BPH)
Noncancerous enlargement of prostate that causes urinary problems.
Rocky Mountain Urology providers treat BPH using a state-of-the-art and minimally invasive procedure called UroLift.
Inflammation of the epididymis that causes pain near the testicle, sometimes the result of an infection.
Blood in the semen.
Blood in the urine.
An accumulation of fluid that surrounds the testis in the scrotum.
Low testosterone; can affect sex drive, erections and general sense of well-being.
Abnormal location of the urethral opening.
Impotence (ED, or erectile dysfunction)
The inability to achieve or sustain a penile erection.
Non-Surgical Management of Erectile Dysfunction
Surgical Management of Erectile Dysfunction
The inability to control urination. Surgical Management of Urinary Incontinence
Minimally Invasive Management of Urinary Incontinence
The condition of being unable to produce offspring.
A malignancy of the kidney tissue or urine collection system within the kidney.
A crystallized mineral deposit occurring in the kidney, often causes severe pain if it enters the drainage tube (ureter) exiting the kidney.
Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS)
Frequency, urgency, nocturia (night time urination), dysuria (painful urination), dribbling and weak urinary stream.
Abnormal narrowing of the urethral opening.
Pediatric Bed-wetting ( Nocturnal Enuresis)
Abnormal curvature of the penis during an erection.
The most common invasive cancer among American males.
Inflammation of the prostate gland, sometimes the result of infection.
Infection of the kidney.
A rash, sore, growth, or other change to the skin.
A cystic swelling of the epididymis (within the scrotum) that contains sperm.
A malignancy of the testis occurring most frequently in men between 15 and 35 years of age.
A testis located in an abnormal position, usually in the inguinal canal (groin).
Abnormal cystic dilation of the terminal segment of the ureter as it inserts into the bladder.
Ureteropelvic Junction (UPJ) Obstruction
Abnormal blockage in the urinary system that occurs at the junction between the kidney and ureter.
Benign (non cancerous) growth at opening of the urethea.
The inability to urinate, requires temporary drainage with a catheter.
Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
An infection of one or more structures in the urinary system.more information on UTI in adults and children
A relaxing of the vaginal walls causing the bladder and/or rectum to bulge into the vagina.
Abnormally dilated veins within the scrotum.
A condition that allows urine to move backwards from the bladder to the kidney and as a result increases the chance of urinary infections.
*For more information about urologic conditions and treatment options, visit the Urology Care Foundation.