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Diagnostic Testing

We use advance diagnostic techniques in treating our patients. Beginning with a physical exam, your doctor will get a clearer understanding of your medical history and lifestyle. Patients can discuss their symptoms openly with their urologist, even if they feel embarrassed. You’re not alone. Many millions of Americans seek urology diagnostics every year to determine what type of urologic condition they have, from routine urinary tract infections (UTIs) to prostate cancer and everything in-between.


This simple imaging technique helps urologists view issues that aren’t necessarily visible to the naked eye. During an ultrasound, high-frequency sound waves produce images of the internal bodily systems, mainly the soft tissues. These tests can detect conditions related to the kidney, bladder, testicles, prostate gland, and more.

3D Ultrasound/MRI Fusion Biopsy for Diagnosing Prostate Cancer

This modern technique for diagnosing prostate cancer uses new technology to improve accuracy of prostate cancer biopsies. It uses a specialized MRI scan to help urologists target the specific area of the prostate that will be biopsied. This ensures the urologist will be able to see the specific area needing to be sampled to guide the needle to that precise spot.


This series of tests measures lower urinary tract function. This test shows how well the bladder and urethra hold and release urine. There are several types of urodynamic tests, and your urologist may recommend more than one depending on your symptoms. Urodynamic testing may include cystometrograms, electromyography, uroflowmetry, and a voiding pressure study.


Uropathology is a unique specialization where male patients’ tissue samples are analyzed by an experienced uropathologist for prostate cancer screening to catch the disease as early as possible, when it is most treatable.