Most people think urologists are just good for UTI's (bladder infections) and kidney stones, but the truth is, urology is one of the broader specialties covering all sorts of interesting stuff. Prostate cancer, kidney cancer, bladder cancer, penile cancer, kidney stones, bladder stones, female incontinence, ED, vasectomies, and infertility just to name a few of the things most people would recognize. Then there's the weird stuff. Weird stuff. You can't even imagine the variety of conditions associated with bladders, kidneys, prostates, and especially the male reproductive system. And urologists cover all that weirdness.
Take for example this carrot extraction. Foreign objects are always a matter of great entertainment in the O.R. I am told. In fact, during residency at the University of Iowa, the residents had a special shelf in the residents room where they kept their "trophies". There was a old championship bowling ring, electrical wiring from a fish tank, various sorts of writing instruments, straws and other non-perishables. In the case of this picture, that would be a carrot at the top of the scope Brandon is holding.