I studied medicine at the University of Szeged, before completing a specialization in urology in 2021. I have carried out surgical training in the UK and Mexico. I began my years of residency training in 2015 at the Department of Urology of the Jahn Ferenc South-Pest Hospital, before also working in the 12th District Urology Clinic and then the 13th District Urology Clinic, also in Budapest. I am actively involved in the annual congress of the Hungarian Association of Urologists, and most recently reported on meningitis following transrectal ultrasound-guided prostate biopsy. I regularly give presentations at events of the Central-European Association of Urology: in 2016, I spoke on penile reconstruction following Fournier gangrene, in 2017 on the first case of Zinner syndrome, and in 2018 on leiomyosarcoma of the epididymis. Though I have had a little less free time since the birth of my first child, I enjoy running and walking my Corgi dog.
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