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We aspire to encourage discussions, share experiences and insights through Urology Week. This year the theme is Incontinence, a condition that affects between 10-20% of Europeans. Join us and help spread the word about the importance of early diagnosis and available treatments. Urological health is important and you can make a difference. Every effort counts.

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Visitors of the CITTI-PARK shopping mall in Kiel, Germany had the unique opportunity to test their surgical skills

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15 09

Overactive Bladder: recognising the symptoms & available treatment options

Overactive bladder syndrome (OAB) is a common condition and can affect both men and women. Between 10 and 20% of people suffer from it at someRead more

02 09

Stress urinary incontinence and ectopic ureteral orifice unmasked by the renal colic after transobturator tape procedure

The uncommon cause of surgical failure of SUI treatment is unrecognized ectopic ureteral orifice (EUO) coexistent with SUI. A 44-year-old female had symptoms of SUI, andRead more

26 08

Urology Week 2021: shining the spotlight on incontinence

Every September, the EAU hosts Urology Week, an international campaign for increasing awareness of urological conditions and treatment. This year, Urology Week (20-24 September 2021) willRead more

28 07

For early signs of ED: Take action and find an emphatic doctor

By *Adam [translated from Polish] My experience with erectile dysfunction (ED) together with cardiological problems started in 2004. Initially, I used over-the-counter (OTC) medication which allowedRead more

25 07

Erectile dysfunction: My erection issues left me feeling suicidal

I used to go to sleep crying about it. By Benn King   I was 16 when I first noticed that my penis wasn’t staying hardRead more

22 07

Why men should not ignore erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction can be a sign of a more serious health problem, especially in middle-aged men. The way Matthew Lucarelli saw it, elderly men might developRead more


Here are the events and activities planned for Urology Week. Find the activities in your country or start one of your own.

For ideas on how you can help, check out For Healthcare Providers. Already have an event planned? Feel free to register your event.

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