Professor Lewis Chan
Professor Lewis Chan is Head of Urology at Concord Repatriation General Hospital and Clinical Professor of Surgery at University of Sydney.
He has formal ultrasound qualifications and his subspecialty interests are bladder dysfunction, female urology and urological imaging. He is active in basic sciences and clinical research in bladder dysfunction with ageing and is a urology investigator for the Concord Health and Ageing in Men (CHAMP) Project.
ASSOC. PROFESSOR VINCENT TSE
Dr Tse is a consultant urologist based at Concord and Macquarie University Hospitals, and is Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Sydney. He undertook subspecialty training in Urodynamics, Incontinence and Female urology at the University of California Davis Medical Center in Sacramento , USA in 2002-2003.
His clinical interests include incontinence, sling and artificial urinary sphincter surgery, female pelvic prolapse, robotic surgery , and urethral strictures. Dr Tse, in conjunction with Professor Lewis Chan, is actively involved in research and teaching, and they have both been invited speakers at national and international meetings on incontinence. He is the current chairman of the NSW section of the Continence Foundation of Australia.
WHAT IS URODYNAMICS
Urodynamics is a test of the function of the lower urinary tract. In particular it studies how urine is stored in the bladder and how it is emptied. Your urologist may refer you for this test to obtain more information about your bladder/pelvic floor function in order to plan treatment for your urinary symptoms.
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To book an appointment to have Urodynamics
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