Jefferson urologists may conduct a uroflowmetry to detect the presence of problems with your lower urinary tract, such as benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) or cancer of the prostate or bladder. In the case of a suspected cancer like prostate, specialists in the Jefferson Multidisciplinary Genitourinary Oncology Center may use this procedure coupled with renowned expertise to determine the nature and extent of detected cancer, in order to develop a personalized treatment plan.
Why Choose Jefferson for Urologic Cancer Treatment in Philadelphia?
Jefferson is home to one of only a handful of multidisciplinary centers in the U.S. dedicated to advanced patient care for prostate, bladder and other urologic cancers. The Center's team of urologists, radiologists and pathologists collaborate to give a thorough evaluation, utilizing the latest diagnostic procedures and technologies, including pathology and imaging consultations.
In addition, our Prostate Diagnostic Center is involved in numerous clinical trials to evaluate the latest diagnostic technologies for prostate cancer, including innovative uses of ultrasound.