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SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
UROLOGY

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UROL 498 Undergraduate Thesis (*, max. 35)
Provides an opportunity for medical students to write in the area of urology.
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UROL 499 Undergraduate Research (*, max. 35)
The student participates in current urologic research projects under supervision of full-time staff. Certain specific problems may be elected by the student. Elective for medical students.
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UROL 501 P-Urology Preceptorship (1, max. 12)
Individual experiences with one or more of the full-time department faculty members covering research, teaching, and patient care. Students observe activities in the clinic, hospital ward, operating room, and research laboratories. Prerequisite: first- or second-year medical student standing; permission of instructor.
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UROL 675 P-Urology Preceptorship (*, max. 8)
Student follows a private practice preceptor in all of his or her work. Becomes acquainted with the office management of urological problems. (Two or four weeks). Prerequisite: UROL 680, HUBIO 562.
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UROL 679 P-Urology Clerkship - Boise VA (*, max. 8)
Two or four week rotation. Full activities of clinical service. Emphasizes basic principles of urology. Prerequisite: HUBIO 562.
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UROL 680 P-Urology Clerkship (*, max. 8) Dalkin, Grady, Krieger, Lendvay, Porter, Voelzke, Wessells, Yang
Full activities of clinical service. Basic principles of urology emphasized. (Two or four weeks). Prerequisite: HUBIO 562.
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UROL 681 P-Female Urology (4) J. Miller
Observation of cases of lower urinary tract disorders specific to women, emphasizing behavioral management and multidisciplinary care. Ninety-five percent of cases observed are women. Not intended as the only exposure to urology for students considering urology as career choice. Prerequisite: third- or fourth-year standing and permission of instructor.
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UROL 682 P-Urology Clerkship - Spokane (8)
Full activities of clinical service. Basic principles of urology emphasized. (Two or four weeks). Prerequisite: HUBIO 562.
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UROL 683 P-Urology Clerkship - Boise (*, max. 8)
Full activities of clinical service. Basic principles of urology emphasized. (Two or four weeks). Prerequisite: HUBIO 562.
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UROL 684 P-Urology Clerkship - Billings (*, max. 8)
Two or four week rotation. Includes full activities of clinical service. Emphasizes basic principles of urology. Prerequisite: HUBIO 562.
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UROL 685 P-Urology Sub-Internship (*, max. 12) Dalkin, Grady, Krieger, Lendvay, Porter, Voelzke, Wessells, Yang
Subintern is responsible for patient workups and for preoperative and postoperative care and participates in the operating room. Prerequisite: MED 665 or pediatrics basic clerkship, or permission of instructor.
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UROL 690 P-Urology Specialties (*, max. 8)
For those who wish further exposure to a specific aspect of urology. Students spend time with one attending at University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, Seattle Children's Hospital, or Veterans' Administration Hospital studying oncology, infections, infertility, stone disease, impotence, or other aspects of urology. Prerequisite: UROL 680 and permission of instructor.
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UROL 697 P-Urology Special Electives (*, max. 24)
Special clerkship, externship, or research opportunities may be available at institutions other than the University of Washington. Prospective students obtain from the dean's office a special assignment form at least one month before preregistration. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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UROL 699 P-WWAMI Urology Special Electives (*, max. 24)
By special arrangement for qualified students, special clerkships or externships may be available at institutions, other than the University of Washington, located within the WWAMI region. Prerequisite: permission of department.
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