Specialisation – Urology in Germany


Knowledge, experience and skills in:

  • the general content of training for Sections B and C
  • the prevention, detection, treatment, care and rehabilitation of disorders, infections, injuries and malformations of the male and female urogenital, urinary organs, as well as emergency care
  • prevention, (early) detection, treatment, and rehabilitation of urologic tumors
    the basis of area-based tumor therapy, including indications for urological radiotherapy
  • palliative care services to be supplied, incoming patients
  • the environmental health aspects of the development of urological tumors
  • the detection and treatment of erectile dysfunction, including the recognition andrological disorders and indications for further treatment.
  • family planning and sexual health of the man and the pair
  • sterilization and (re-) fertilization of the man
  • the detection and treatment of endocrine-related area-based aging
    detection of proctological diseases and indications for further treatment
  • the nutrition education and dietetics in urological diseases
  • the indications for surgical treatment and the risk assessment and prognostic
    assessment including the kidney
  • the principles of diagnosis and treatment of perioperative
  • endoscopic and minimally invasive surgical procedures
  • the collection of intraoperative radiological control in the light of findings of radiation protection
  • instrumental and functional analysis methods including urodynamic procedures
  • psychogenic symptoms, reactions, and some-psycho-social contexts
  • the indications, proper sample collection and treatment of laboratory tests including the basics zytodiagnostischer procedures and classification of the results in the disease pattern
  • wound care wound care and bandaging
  • the area-based drug therapy
  • the detection and treatment of acute emergencies, including life-saving
  • measures the maintenance of vital signs and resuscitation
  • the diagnosis and monitoring of physical therapy measures
  • the indication for diagnostic isotopes

Examination and treatment procedures:

  • urological cancer screening
  • ejaculate examination
  • cultural bacteriological and mycological examination in the native material (urine, prostatic fluid, ejaculate) using a carrier with one or more preculture media (eg Dip)
  • bacterial count estimate
  • detection of antimicrobial agents by inhibiting test
  • ultrasound examinations of the urogenital organs, the retroperitoneum, and abdomen Doppler/DuplexSonographien including the vessels of the urogenital tract
  • puncture and catheterization techniques including suprapubic cystostomy, laying of drains and the extraction of specimens
  • infusion, transfusion, and blood replacement therapy, enteral and parenteral nutrition including probe technique
  • local and regional anesthesia
  • urodynamic studies, including uroflowmetry and provocation tests
  • extracorporeal shock wave treatment
  • urological procedures, including endoscopic, laparoscopic, laser therapy, ultrasound-guided and other physical methods, of it:
  • kidney, ureter, retroperitoneal, eg nephrectomy, ureteroscopy, pyeloplasty  kidney, ureter, retroperitoneal, eg nephrectomy, ureteroscopy, pyeloplasty
  • bladder and prostate, such as urinary incontinence surgery, including transurethral prostataadenomektomie, prostate and/or bladder tumor surgery bladder and prostate, such as urinary incontinence surgery, including transurethral
  • the external genitalia and urethra, such as testicular biopsy, circumcision,  the external genitalia and urethra, such as testicular biopsy, circumcision, orchidopexy, varicocele/hydrocele operation, urethrotomy orchidopexy, varicocele/hydrocele operation, urethrotomy
  • participation in surgical procedures increased difficulty levels, for example, radical surgery for urologic cancers.

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