Functional and Female Urology

Welcome to the Functional and Female Urology subsection of the Urological Society of India.

Vision and Mission:
Female and Functional Urology subsection of USI includes all related areas ranging from encouraging research projects to supporting best practices. This subsection is unique in that it deals with chronic, difficult to classify diseases that must be viewed in the sense of adjacent conditions and many a times requires multidisciplinary approach along with gynaecologists and neurologists.

Members of Functional and Female Urology Subsection

The Functional and Female Urology subsection like other sections of the USI has one convener and four members that lead the Functional and Female Urology Subsection

Dr. Sanjay Sinha is the convenor of the Functional and Female Urology Subsection along with four expert members:

Dr. Arabind Panda –
Dr. Nikhil Khattar –
Dr. Pawan Vasudeva-
Dr. Mayank Agarwal-

Our Responsibilities

Aside from organising meetings dedicated to our subspecialty field, we are very eager to encourage the exchange of knowledge and experience between generations. Access to training in the field of female and functional urology is not uniform across the nation, and this exchange is extremely vital considering the multidimensional character of our specialty.

Latest News in Female and Functional Urology

  • Complications of SUI Surgery
    on 8th of January 2021, between 1620-1800 hours the USI ISU is organizing a webinar on the Complications in Stress Urinary Incontinence Surgery. Six illustrative […]
  • Bladder Pain Syndrome
    28th November 2020, 1800-2100 Hrs Topics to be covered The Enigma of Nomenclature – The pathogenic pathways – Bladder and beyond – Hunner’s lesion – […]
  • Neurovesical Dysfunction Webinar
    The USI ISU Session on Neurogenic Bladder is a 150min program aimed at discussing the salient aspects of evaluation and management of two of the […]
  • Non-Neurogenic Urinary Incontinence Guidelines
    These guidelines have been drafted by the USI Urinary Incontinence Guidelines Panel and address “Nonneurogenic urinary incontinence in adults”. The guidelines are targeted at urologists […]

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