The Department of Urology, founded in 1920, was the first academic institute in Europe to become independent from surgery. The main fields of activity are: urogenital tumours and their chemotherapy, urogenital infection and inflammation, urinary stones, urinary incontinence, reconstructive surgery, congenital and acquired disorders of male sexual organs, male infertility, and erectile dysfunction.
In addition to the teaching of urology to medical students in small groups in Hungarian, English, German, regular postgraduate courses on special issues are organised for residents, specialists and GPs.
1082 Budapest, Üllői út 78/b.
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