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Putting Patients First Welcome to Fifth Avenue Urology, the practice of Drs. Michael S. Brodherson, Yaniv M. Larish, and Leonard Glickman. We are located in Manhattan, in New York City’s beautiful Upper East Side. We offer the most advanced state of the art diagnosis and treatment for all problems of the male and female urological and… Continue Reading

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I have erectile dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction: Treatment Options & Procedures Many men who we see at our practice often opine, “I have erectile dysfunction.” We tell our patients that not having an erection once in a while should not bother them. We recommend the patients to consult our urologists only when they fail to have an erection consistently. Our… Continue Reading

What is Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH)?

What is benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH)?  We’ve outlined relevant details about BPH in this article, including common symptoms, causes, risk factors, diagnosis methods, and treatment options. Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH) Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH) implies a urological condition where the bladder becomes enlarged. BPH exclusively affects men aged 51-60 who experience a blockage in the smooth… Continue Reading

I have Peyronie’s Disease. What are my options?

Peyronie’s Disease causes a male’s penis to bend or curve abnormally when he experiences an erection. The growth and proliferation of fibrous plaques (fibrous scar tissue) beneath the skin of the penis cause the curvature. The anomalous bending of the penis during erection can be quite painful for the individual. It is quite normal for… Continue Reading

Best Treatments for Kidney Stones

at our Fifth Avenue practice have amassed extensive experience in effectively dealing with nearly the entire gamut of urological issues. We specialize in both surgical and conventional modes of treatment for BPH, kidney cancer, prostatitis, UTI, and a host of other urological conditions. We strictly maintain ethical standards of treatment and carry out day to… Continue Reading

Kidney Cancer: Treatments & Outlook

Kidney Cancer Overview Renal or kidney cancer stands for any cancer about the kidney or kidneys. We reiterate to our patients that hypertension, smoking, obesity, and aging constitute high-risk factors for the occurrence of kidney cancer. Kidney cancers chiefly develop in the renal pelvis and renal tubule-two vital sections of kidneys. One out of every… Continue Reading

Overactive bladder: Causes & Treatments

In this review, we inform our patients about the causes of and treatment options for overactive bladder. Overactive bladder: Synopsis Innumerable men and women contact our urologists in East Upper Side (Manhattan) to know about ‘overactive bladder: causes & treatments.’ We make it clear that overactive bladder refers to their sudden and uncontrollable urge to… Continue Reading

Future Outlook for Prostate Cancer Treatment

All patients diagnosed with prostate cancer who visit our urology clinic, inevitably ask ‘what is the future outlook for prostate cancer treatment?’ Prostate cancer, like any other type of cancer, can be life-threatening, especially when it is an advanced stage. However, even the most experienced cancer specialists and urologists may not be able to say… Continue Reading

Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment of Prostatitis

Prostatitis is an infection that exclusively affects males. A male is diagnosed with acute prostatitis when his prostate gland becomes infected, leading to the organ’s inflammation. The prostate is a small gland that surrounds a man’s urethra, the tube that takes urine and semen out of the body. The prostate supplies nutrients to semen, performing… Continue Reading

The Doctor speaks about Urinary Tract Infections (UTI’s)

Urinary Tract Infections What our doctor speaks about urinary tract infections could go a long way in making patients aware about the same. UTIs affect kidneys, ureters (tubes carrying urine from kidneys to the urinary bladder), and urinary bladder. UTI is caused by bacteria infesting the urinary tract when they break through the body’s defense… Continue Reading

Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment of Urinary Incontinence

Generally speaking, urinary incontinence is a grave health issue where an individual’s ability to hold urine weakens or is completely lost. It is prevalent in geriatric or old people, and is more predominant in women, compared to men. Urinary incontinence: Causes We at Fifth Avenue Urology have observed that urinary incontinence could adversely affect the… Continue Reading