Conditions We Treat

The Brady Urological Institute provides expert diagnosis and novel treatment options for urologic conditions like prostate cancer, erectile dysfunction and kidney stones. Patients can be seen at one of several locations in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., region. To request an appointment with our team of specialists, please call 410-955-6100.

Conditions and Treatments

  • Adrenal Tumors

    Your adrenal glands produce hormones that are vital to your overall health. However, if you have an adrenal tumor, hormonal production is negatively affected, often necessitating surgery. Learn about the minimally invasive techniques that can help treat your adrenal tumor.

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  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

    Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is the most common noncancerous tumor found in men. While treatment is not always necessary, surgical and nonsurgical options are available. Meet the physicians who can treat your BPH.

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  • Bladder Cancer

    The bladder's complex structure creates the potential for several types of bladder cancer. The specialists at Johns Hopkins, home to the Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute, provide information and insight about risk factors and the staging and treatment of bladder cancer.

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  • Bladder Dysfunction

    Bladder dysfunction can be debilitating. Our surgeons have the expertise to help you regain control of your urinary function through bladder reconstruction or by diverting urine in other ways. Learn about your options.

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  • Center for Transgender and Gender Expansive Health

    The Johns Hopkins Center for Transgender and Gender Expansive Health offers comprehensive, evidence-based and affirming care for transgender youth and adults that is in line with the standards of care set by the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH).

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  • Erectile Dysfunction

    Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection for satisfactory sexual intercourse. ED is caused by both psychological and physical problems, and our specialists have many treatment options available to help you overcome it.

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  • Genital Cancers

    Penile and urethral cancers are rare in North America and other Western countries. However, when they are present, they can significantly impact your life. Learn why early identification and treatment is important for these genital cancers.

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  • Genital Reconstruction

    Conditions that obstruct or conceal the penis, as well as skin conditions in the genital region, can impact functioning and be devastating to self-confidence. We bridge the gap between urology and plastic surgery to restore both function and appearance.

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  • Kidney and Bladder Stones

    Urinary stone disease occurs when stones develop in the urinary tract, including the bladder and kidney. Learn how to prevent stones and about the treatments available if you are unable to pass them on your own.

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  • Kidney Cancer

    Nearly one third of kidney cancers are diagnosed after the disease has spread to other organs. To determine the extent of your cancer, you must obtain a staging evaluation. Discover how we can help diagnose your kidney cancer and provide you with personalized treatment options.

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  • Kidney Cysts

    Kidney blockage and cysts are characterized by abdominal pain as well as a potential decrease in kidney function, making urination difficult. Learn how our experts can help treat your kidney blockage or cysts with the latest in minimally invasive surgical techniques.

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  • Kidney Donation

    If you're a candidate for kidney donation, our goal is to provide you with the safest and most effective means of organ removal to ensure a successful kidney transplant to your friend or loved one. Read about the evaluation process and what to expect if you become a donor.

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  • Male Infertility

    Male infertility either causes or contributes to the inability to conceive in more than 50 percent of infertile couples. Men with infertility are also at an increased risk for multiple medical conditions. Obtain an evaluation and learn about treatment options.

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  • Neurourology

    Urinary incontinence and voiding dysfunction are sometimes caused by nerve damage from spinal injuries, neurological disorders and congenital malformations. Meet our urologists who specialize in treating neurogenic bladder.

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  • Pediatric and Transitional Urology

    Comprehensive pediatric urology is offered at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. Our experts also provide seamless transitional care as children with long-term urological conditions move into adulthood.

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  • Pelvic Prolapse

    Pelvic prolapse occurs when your pelvic floor muscles weaken and stretch. Without appropriate support, your pelvic organs will slip out of place, bulging into the vagina. Learn how our specialists can use minimally invasive surgical techniques to reconstruct your pelvic floor.

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  • Peyronie's Disease

    Peyronie’s disease is characterized by bent erections, erectile pain and penile plaque (a visible lump). If this condition does not resolve on its own, you can explore surgical options with our experienced team.

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  • Prostate Cancer

    Prostate cancer is a malignant tumor of the prostate, an organ that creates fluid that insulates the sperm cells found in semen. It is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer among American men. Learn about prostate cancer symptoms, causes, screening options and treatments.

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  • Prosthetic Urology

    Prosthetics are excellent options for patients suffering from erectile dysfunction or urinary leakage that is not responsive to medical management. Johns Hopkins is a high-volume center for penile implants and revision prosthetic surgery.

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  • Reconstructive Urology

    Genital and pelvic reconstruction restores anatomy and function after trauma, surgery or radiation. Our surgeons are leaders in the field and have contributed to some of the most exciting advances of the past 20 years.

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  • Testicular Cancer

    The testicles are the male reproductive organs responsible for sperm and testosterone production. Testicular cancer develops due to abnormal cell growth within the testicle(s). Find out how our experts can help you prevent, fight and recover from this disease.

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  • Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma

    Upper tract urothelial cancer (UTUC) is a subset of urothelial cancer that is found in the renal pelvis of the ureter.

  • Ureter Obstruction

    Obstruction of the ureter may interfere with the flow of urine, harming kidney function and causing pain. We offer the newest repair techniques and minimally invasive surgery for ureteral stricture and other obstructions.

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  • Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction

    Ureteropelvic junction obstruction is a condition in which the junction where the ureter attaches to the kidney is blocked. This results in decreased urine flow and increased fluid pressure in the kidney. Explore minimally invasive surgical options for your condition.

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  • Urethral Obstruction

    Damage to the urethra may lead to urinary strictures or obstructions and cause a weak stream, urgency, urine leakage or retention, and painful urination. Our experts can recommend the best surgical approach to give you relief.

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  • Urinary Incontinence

    More than 25 million Americans are affected by urinary incontinence (UI). Understand how we can help you manage UI, including behavioral therapies, medications and surgery.

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