Bladder and Urinary Dysfunction
The urinary system is composed of the bladder, two kidneys, two ureters and a urethra. The kidneys remove waste from the blood, producing urine which moves through the ureters into the bladder.
Normally, the bladder stores urine until an individual is ready to urinate, and the urine flows through the urethra and out of the body. When any part of the urinary system is damaged or infected, discomfort, pain or urinary leakage can occur.
The urologists at Loma Linda University Medical Center provide comprehensive treatment for urologic conditions, including bladder and urinary dysfunction. Our department is the largest urology department in the Inland Empire and treats a wide range of cases daily.
- Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction
- Urologic Prolapse
- Urinary Leakage & Incontinence
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Hematuria or Blood in Urine
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To make an appointment with a urology doctor at Loma Linda University Medical Center, call us today at (909) 558-2830, or keep reading for more information about bladder and urinary dysfunction.