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What are the most common urological emergencies?
Urinary Retention in Men

What is the most common cause of urinary retention in men?
Benign prostate hyperplasia.
In most cases, an indwelling Foley catheter is the treatment.
Experience has shown most urinary retention in adult males due to benign prostate hyperplasia can be treated with a Foley catheter, antibiotics, or anti-inflammatory, depending on the situation.

Do not go ahead with surgery.
You should prefer to have an indwelling catheter with occasional removal of the catheter than opting for surgery.
In most cases, removal of an indwelling catheter after a certain period will allow the patient to pass urine normally.

What is Urology?
Urology is a surgical specialty that focuses on the diseases of the urinary tract.

A medical specialist must be able to diagnose and treat all medical conditions.
A medical specialist must demonstrate extra skill and knowledge in specific medical specialties in addition to the ability to offer correct diagnoses and treatment to be recognized as medical specialist.

What is the difference between a Nephrologist and a Urologist?
Here are further guidelines.
Acute Cystitis
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
Bladder Cancer
Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
Female Urology
Kidney Cancer
Kidney Failure
Kidney Infection
Kidney Stones
Neurogenic Bladder
Premature Ejaculation
Prostate Cancer
Renal Mass/Cysts
Renal Artery Stenosis
Renovascular Hypertension
Spina Bifida
Testicular Cancer
Urinary Retention
Urethral Syndrome
Vesicoureteral Reflux
Wilms' Tumor
Pediatric Urology

Ambiguous genitalia
Antenatal (prenatal) hydronephrosis
Bladder exstrophy
Circumcision and foreskin concerns
Cloaca and cloacal exstrophy
Enuresis and incontinence
Genitourinary trauma
Genitourinary tumors including kidney tumors (Wilms Tumors)
Horseshoe kidney
Hypospadias and epispadias
Neuropathic or neurogenic bladder / myelomenigocele /spina bifida / spinal trauma
Posterior urethral valves
Undescended testicles
Ureteral duplication / ureterocele
Ureteropelvic junction obstruction
Vesicoureteral reflux