William Larchian, MD is a Urologist in Elyria, OH, USA. William Larchian, MD specializes in diagnosis and treatment of problems involving kidneys, ureter, bladder, testes. William Larchian, MD treat patients with problems like kidney stone, incontinence, prostate cancer, BPH, erectile dysfunction. You can find contact information like phone number, practice website, office address and reviews for William Larchian, MD.
A urologist is a health professional who studies and treats disorders of the urinary tract. Urologists can conduct tests, perform surgery, and help resolve any issues that a patient may be having with urination. Urologists treat the kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, and adrenal glands. They can also treat some male reproductive organs that are connected to the urinary tract.
Years of experience38
Professional SchoolBoston University School Of Medicine
ResidencyUniversity Of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center - University Campus
FellowshipMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
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The top specialties of William Larchian, MD include Urology
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The office is located at 1268 E Broad St in Elyria, OH.
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Prostate Cancer, Kidney Stones, Polycystic kidney disease, BPH (Benign Prostate Hyperplasia), Prostatitis, Intersitial cystitis, Bladder stones, Erectile Dysfunction, Hematuria, Penile Cancer, Male Infertility
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