Urology Negligence Claims

Urology is the surgical speciality involved with the management of the renal tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra) and with the male reproductive system.  The speciality includes treatment of conditions such as:

  • urinary tract infection;
  • urinary stones and procedures for their removal;
  • benign prostate conditions, including benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH);
  • cancers of the renal tract;
  • stress incontinence;
  • male fertility. 

Urologists work closely with nephrologists and gynaecologists, and may also specialise in the fields of andrology, neuro-urology or female urology.  Urologists may also work closely with renal transplant surgeons.

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Bankrupting the NHS?

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The NHS is entering a period of “significant risk”

NHS Care “Appalling”

Rogue Doctors: fixing the problem

Health Ombudsman finds inadequate communication increases complaints

The welcome news about supplementary legal aid scheme being abandoned

Clinical Negligence claims: The argument for being able to instruct your own expert

Doctor complaints hit record levels – men vs. women?

Life after intensive care

Clinical negligence: a culture of litigation?

Client anonymity in clinical negligence claims – the dilemma of litigating

Clinical negligence claims: Punishing doctors’ mistakes or compensating patients’ loss?

Medical Negligence – on the increase?

Too much, too little, too late: the hazards of prescription errors

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Discharging patients inappropriately

Patient care: Diabetes Healthcare in ‘Crisis’

Patient care: NHS care of the elderly - dignity or institutional ageism?

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