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Circumcision is the procedure of removing foreskin that surrounds the end of the penis and is done for a variety of reasons that include medical, religious, cultural, and family. In some cultures and religions it is customary to undergo circumcision as a child, however due to the medical benefits, adults often have this procedure done by choice.  Read More
Bladder cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the bladder. The bladder is a hollow organ in the lower part of the abdomen.  Read More

The common symptoms of an enlarged prostate include:

  • Difficulty urinating or a weak urinary stream
  • Stopping and starting during urination or significant dribbling after urination
  • Incomplete emptying of the bladder
  • Having to urinate again shortly after urination
  • Frequent urination, especially at night
  • Urgent need to urinate
  • Blood in the urine

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Male sexual dysfunction is very common and encompasses loss of desire or libido, inability to achieve and sustain an erection satisfactory for intercourse, and ejaculation disorders and orgasmic difficulties.  Read More
Female sexuality is a complicated process, influenced by psychological and physical factors. A woman’s attitudes toward her body, the sexual act, and her partner can cause sexual dysfunction. Physical factors such as brain function, the health of the circulatory system, and hormone levels are also major influences.  Read More
The kidneys are reddish-brown, fist-sized organs located above the waist on either side of the spine. They filter blood and remove impurities, excess minerals and salts, and surplus water that leave the body as wastewater (urine). These organs also produce hormones to help control blood pressure, red blood cell production, and other functions. Because each kidney works independently, one kidney can be removed while preserving the function of the other.  Read More
This information will give you an overview of what to expect when you have a robotic-assisted laparoscopic kidney surgery. At your various clinic appointments and during your hospital stay you will be given additional information and detailed instructions on how to prepare yourself for surgery and how to care for yourself at home after surgery.  Read More
Tower Urology of Los Angeles now offers two options for treatment of Overactive Bladder – Botox for injection and Urgent PC – to treat overactive bladder and associated symptoms of urinary urgency, urinary frequency and urge incontinence.  Read More
Pelvic floor therapy is a new method for helping women and men with bladder control problems.  Using biofeedback techniques in conjunction with Kegel exercises, pelvic floor therapy teaches patients to properly contract the muscles of the pelvic floor more efficiently, resulting in improved bladder control.  Read More
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosed in American men after skin cancer. It is the most common solid tumor in men. The American Cancer Society estimates 232,000 cases will be diagnosed in the United States in 2005.  Read More
As the first FDA-approved autologous cellular immunotherapy for advanced prostate cancer, PROVENGE is designed to use your body’s own immune cells against prostate cancer cells.  Read More
Although most of the data in the medical literature to date is based on non-standardized collection methods, there is no doubt in our minds that robotically assisted surgery has more advantages than pure laparoscopy or open surgery for the treatment of prostate cancer. Robotic surgery has revolutionized the way we surgically treat prostate cancer. It allows the surgeon and the assistant to view the same operative field in a tremor-free environment with 8 – 10 times the magnifications you can achieve with the regular eye.  Read More
Several different tests are used to detect testicular cancer.  Read More
The diagnosis of ureteropelvic junction obstruction also known as UPJ obstruction implies there is blockage of urinary flow from the kidney down into the ureter.  Read More
The UroLift system is a new, minimally invasive treatment that alleviates BPH symptoms.  Read More
A vasectomy is a safe, simple, and very effective surgical procedure that makes a man sterile (unable to father a child). It is a serious step to take and should be considered permanent.  You and your partner must be absolutely sure that you do not want children in the future. The “no-scalpel’ approach is a special technique for performing a vasectomy that can result in less swelling and pain than the traditional method. Tower Urology Physicians are experts in both type of procedures and have provided this service to thousands of men in the Southern California region over the past 50 years.  Read More