In women, the occurrence of urinary incontinence, prolapse and urinary tract infections are much more frequent for various anatomical and functional reasons.
It is the most frequent pathology of the genitourinary system in men, affecting more than 50% of men aged 50 and can reach a prevalence of 88% by the age of 90.
The presence of renal calculi (kidney stones) is a common disease that affects between 4-7% of the population. Most of the stones are expelled spontaneously, producing renal colic.
Most urological problems in children are very different from urological diseases in adults. They require specific knowledge and experience in the field.