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Museum of Urology reopens, weary world rejoices

The William P. Didusch Museum of the American Urological Association, on North Charles St. in Baltimore, MD, has reopened after a four-year-long renovation.

The museum's two large rooms feature an uncomfortably vast assortment of impossibly long and spiky metal probes, used to get backed-up urine flowing around bladder stones, kidney stones, prostate disease, and other afflictions.

The museum also displays a kidney stone the size of a woman's fist.


American Urological Associates

1000 Corporate Blvd, Linthicum, MD
William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History. From Baltimore drive south on I-295 to the West Nursery Rd exit. At the light at end of ramp, make a left. Go to the second light and make a left onto Corporate Blvd. AUA Headquarters is straight ahead.
M-F 10-4. For guided tours, email archives @ (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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