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If you're experiencing a gynecological problem, you may wonder who to visit. First, make an appointment with your gynecologist. They will evaluate your condition and refer you to the right physician if you need further treatment. Additionally, a urogynecologist is a specialist in the field of urology and obstetrics.

The first female urogynecologist was Howard Kelly, who developed a device called the air cystoscope. Kelly demonstrated the device at the 1900 Baltimore meeting of the American Surgical Society, which would later become the American College of Surgeons. In 1907, another gynecologist, Hugh Hampton Young, is considered to be the father of modern urology. During the meeting, Kelly demonstrated the ability to place a ureteral catheter in a female patient in just three minutes; Young equalled his time with a male patient. Until the end of the 19th century, there was a friendly rivalry between the two.

A pioneering urogynecologist, Howard Kelly, was also a gynecologist. He invented the air cystoscope, a handheld hollow tube with a glass partition. His discovery at the 1900 Baltimore meeting of the American Surgical Society, which became the American College of Surgeons, was later credited to Dr. Hugh Hampton Young, the father of modern urology. While Young was the first woman to successfully insert a ureteral catheter, Kelly was the first to do so on a male patient. The friendly rivalry lasted for decades.

A urogynecologist is a board-certified obstetrician. She earned her medical degree at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. She completed her residency training at Winthrop University Hospital in Mineola, NY, and her fellowship in female pelvic medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. She is affiliated with the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York.

A urogynecologist specializes in the care of women who are unable to conceive or are having trouble conceiving. They are able to help women manage their pelvic floor dysfunction, including overactive bladders and vaginal prolapse. They may also be able to treat rectovaginal fistulas. These specialists specialize in treating a variety of women's health concerns, from hormonal imbalances to sexually transmitted diseases.

A gynecology specialist will perform a complete examination and determine the cause of a patient's symptoms. A gynecologist will also evaluate a woman's reproductive organs. If a woman has a medical problem that affects the pelvic floor, a urogynecologist will diagnose and treat it.

A gynecologist specializes in female reproductive health. A urogynecologist has completed medical school and a residency in obstetrics and urology. Their specialty is considered a subspecialty of obstetrics and urology, and urogynecologists focus on treating female pelvic organs and issues relating to the pelvic floor.

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