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AUCNY - White Plains Maple Avenue for Robotic & Minimally Invasive Surgery

“The premier practice for robotic and minimally invasive surgery in Westchester county”

Hematuria-Blood in the Urine

Blood in the urine can be a concerning symptom for patients. You may see blood tinged urine after going to the bathroom or you may have a physician tell you that a urine test demonstrates "traces" of blood...

Kidney Stones

Blood in the urine can be a concerning symptom for patients. You may see blood tinged urine after going to the bathroom or you may have a physician tell you that a urine test demonstrates "traces" of blood...

Men’s Health

Low Testosterone

What is it?

Testosterone is the “male” hormone that plays a role in male sexual function, fertility, mood and body composition.

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Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain in Men

What is it?

Prostatitis is an inflammatory or infectious condition of the prostate gland which is located below the bladder. As the urine exits the bladder during urination, it passes through the prostate urethra. Therefore, prostatitis is commonly presents with urinary symptoms.

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Erectile Dysfunction

What is it?

Erectile dysfunction is the inability to maintain an adequate erection to complete sexual intercourse/activity. It may occur at any age but the incidence of erectile problems does increase with age. It may be difficult for many men to discuss this topic with their physician but our urologists at Advanced Urology Centers White Plains – Maple Avenue can provide a comfortable open environment for patients to discuss these issues.

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BPH

What is it?

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a common, noncancerous condition that can affect more than half of men throughout their lifetime. It is typically not a dangerous condition but can have significant impact on lifestyle and comfort.

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Male Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is the unwanted leakage of urine and can occur in men as a result of bladder or prostate problems or previous pelvic surgery like a radical prostatectomy.

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Prostate Cancer Screening/elevated PSA

What is the Prostate-Specific Antigen Test?

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is a protein produced by cells of the prostate gland. The PSA test is a blood test that measures the level of PSA in the blood. The doctor takes a blood sample, and the amount of PSA is measured in a laboratory. Because PSA is produced by the body and can be used to detect disease, it is sometimes called a biological marker or a tumor marker.

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