The Gastroenterology-2013 event lets the participants share their perspectives on the targeted theme, besides enabling them to signify the latest trends in gastroenterology and urology.
Online PR News – 29-May-2013 – Los Angeles, California – The OMICS Publishing Group invites you all to unfurl your ideas corresponding to the theme titled “The 2013 Scientific Meet on Gastroenterology & Urology” that will be underway at Hilton Chicago, Northbrook, IL, USA, during June 10-12, 2013.
Gastroenterology-2013 is a significant meeting that combines participants from diversified fields such as professors, researchers, urologists and gastroenterologists and medical specialists from the leading medical institutions across the globe. The event lets the participants share their perspectives on the targeted theme, besides enabling them to signify the latest trends in gastroenterology and urology.
The last conference that took place (Omaha, USA, March 12-14, 2012) on the similar concept saw the coming together of exemplary scientists, professors and scholars from 30 countries in the world to broach on vital issues in the field of Gastroenterology & Urology.
Gastroenterology is a medical branch that involves the study of the diseases related to the digestive system and their disorderliness.
Gastroenterological problems lead to the following types of general disorders, such as:
• Stomach pain
• Rectal bleeding
Gastroenterology encompasses diagnosis and treatment of a variety of complex ailments, such as:
• Bile duct (severe infection in small intestine and large intestine)
• Gallbladder stones
Urology is an exclusive medical branch that deals with male and female urinary tract systems as well as the male reproductive systems. Urology is interlinked with other medical special branches like nephrology, oncology, and colorectal surgery, gynecology, andrology. Urology forms part of the below-mentioned organs:
• Urinary bladder
• Male Reproductive System consisting of seminal vesicles, testes and prostate,penis
The affected patient develops the following kinds of complications:
• Persistent pain in testicles
• Enlarged prostrate
• Kidney stones
• Alteration in PSA (Prostate-specific Antigen)
• Blood in urine
• Erectile dysfunction leading to infertility in men