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Providing World-Class Care to Men, Women and Children with Urologic Conditions Personalized, Compassionate and Comprehensive Care At University of Florida Health Urology, we understand the importance of providing individualized care to enhance you and your loved one’s quality of life. Our office is staffed by fellowship-trained experts and compassionate…

Featured Faculty: Lawrence Yeung, MD

I completed my undergraduate studies, medical school, and Urology residency at the University of Florida prior to joining the Department of Urology as assistant professor. I completed a fellowship in genitourinary trauma, reconstruction, and prosthetic urology at Washington University in St. Louis, MO and am proud to return…

Female Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence (UI) is defined by the International Continence Society as “the complaint of any involuntary loss of urine.” UI is a worldwide health problem that can significantly diminish an individual’s quality of life.  On a societal scale, the economic burden is great, with the total direct and…

Neuropathic Bladder

A neurogenic bladder is a bladder that doesn’t empty or store urine properly due to a neurological condition or spinal cord injury.  Neurogenic bladder is a common complication of spina bifida, a condition in which there is abnormal development of the spinal cord.

Continence Center

Urinary incontinence occurs in about 10% of 5 year olds and 5% of 10 year olds. Incontinence in children can occur at night (nocturnal enuresis), during the day, or both (diurnal incontinence). Occasionally, structural abnormalities of the urinary tract cause urinary incontinence, but most commonly,…

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