What Urology Students Learn
Research topics, specializations, subject areas and concepts studied in Urology programs from universities in Canada..
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Studying Urology in Canada
MD students start off by taking the requisite introductory courses in urology (anatomy, physiology, etc.). Advanced courses such as male infertility, female urology (eg. urinary tract infections), laproscopy, pediatric urology (eg. congenital abnormalities), reconstructive urology (eg. sex-reassignment surgery), renal (kidney) transplantation, and uro-oncology (eg. prostate cancer) are offered to specializing students.
Practical applications such as surgical/operative techniques are taught as necessary and focus on this during the final year. Seminars on recent advances in urology (techniques such as robotic prostate tumor surgery, research, etc.) are offered throughout, and students are expected to attend and participate. Rotations in the emergency department, surgical suite, pediatrics department, etc. are offered in the final years of the program.
Study and Work in Urology in Canada
Study Urology in Canada
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Graduate Urology Admission Requirements
The prerequisites required to become accepted to a graduate and/or postgraduate PhD program in Urology.
Research in Urology
Research areas, topics, interests and projects in Urology.
Career and Employment Opportunities in Urology
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