Uro Surgery is a surgical speciality that deals with reproductive organs and the urinary tract of males and females. The urinary tract comprises the kidneys, the ureter, bladder.
A urologist doctor mainly deals with urinary tract infections, and in addition to it, the urologist also addresses problems related to Kidney stones, bladder control problems, and prostate issues. At Janvi Multispeciality Hospital, Vadodara, we have the best urologist doctor to deal with urinary tract infections.
According to the American Urological Association, there are sub-speciality areas of urology. At Janvi Multispeciality Hospital we have a specialist urosurgeon who deals with the problem such as:
- Pediatric Urology (children’s urology)
- Urologic Oncology (cancer)
- Renal Transplantation (Kidney Transplant)
- Male Infertility
- Calculi (urinary tract stones)
- Female Urology (It deals with the urinary incontinence and pelvic outlet relaxation disorders in the females)
- Neurourology (nervous system control of genitourinary organs)
Pediatric Urology (children’s urology)
Children are generally scared of the doctors. Hence pediatric urologists are generally trained in how to deal with children, how to handle their anxiety and concerns. At Janvi Multispeciality Hospital, Vadodara, we do our best to provide you with the best urologist doctor who can make things easy for you.
The genital examination can bother the kids, but with the best pediatric urologists doctor, this is not a problem and they very well adjust with the kids.
Generally, a pediatric urologist doctor provides the following treatments:
- Surgical procedures for evaluating and managing the following:
- Voiding Disorders
- Vesicoureteral Reflux
- Urinary Tract infections
- Surgical reconstruction of:
- The urinary tract
- Removing genital abnormalities
- Disorders in sexual development
- Surgical procedures for:
- Undescended testes
- Kidney stone
- Tumours in the kidney, bladder, and testis
- Urological tract problems
- Spina bifida.
Urologic Oncology (cancer)
A urologic oncologist has the main job to diagnose and detect and treat cancers for male and female urinary tracts. Uro Surgery also deals with the cancers of the male reproductive organs.
At Janvi Multispeciality Hospital, we have a urologic oncologist who is a combination of a urologist doctor and an oncologist.
A urologic oncologist can treat cancers of:
- Urinary tract
Renal Transplantation (Kidney Transplant)
People with kidney failure, those who require dialysis can get kidneys transplanted.
Such people can get kidney transplanted only if:
- It is donated by a close relative
- It is donated by a deceased person
Uro Surgeons can help you to transplant the kidney. It is important to continue medicines even after transplant to keep your kidney’s functioning properly. After surgery, a urologist doctor can guide you about the future course of action.
Male infertility refers to a state where couples are unable to conceive a child despite unprotected sex. There can be a variety of factors for it, such as:
- Low sperm count
- Abnormal sperm function
- Blockages that prevent delivery of sperm
- Chronic health problems
Uro Surgery can help with such problems. Dr Madhav Tamhankar is among the ‘best urologist doctor’ in Vadodara, who can help you to overcome such problems.
Calculi (urinary tract stones)
Calculi or the stones begin to develop in a kidney and may slowly progress to the ureter or the bladder. An Uro surgery can effectively remove such stones from:
The process of stone formation is called renal lithiasis and if it is left untreated, then it can cause immense pain to the patient.
The four major types of renal calculi are:
- Calcium stones
- Uric acid stones
- Struvite stones
- Cystine stones
(It deals with the urinary incontinence and pelvic outlet relaxation disorders in the females)
Our body structure changes as we age and this can have a bad impact on different organs of the body. Many times women face issues relating to the uterus. It just comes out from the vagina. The same can happen with the bladder too.
Uro surgery can be effective in dealing with such cases and chances of success increase if you have the best urologist doctors of Janvi Multispeciality Hospital, Vadodara.
Neurourology (nervous system control of genitourinary organs)
The neurogenic bladder is a combination of the nervous system and the bladder. An uro surgeon can effectively deal with such deformities.
The lack of bladder control can be due to a variety of factors such as:
- A brain, spinal cord or nerve problem.
- Nerve damage (Probably due to diseases like multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease or Diabetes)
- Infection of the brain or spinal cord
- Heavy metal poisoning,
- Spinal cord injury
- Major pelvic surgery.
A urologist uses a high-energy laser to destroy prostate tissue. The urologist uses a cystoscope to pass a laser fiber through the urethra into the prostate. The laser destroys the enlarged tissue.
Ureteroscopies are performed under anesthesia in an operating room. A simple exploratory procedure takes about half an hour including preparation. During this procedure, the urologist can conduct a biopsy or remove stones from the bladder.
MRI and CT scan images can help identify abnormal structures in the urinary tract. It cannot be detected whether they are cancerous or not. A biopsy can clarify that.
During a cystoscopy, a urologist uses a scope to view the inside of the bladder and urethra. Doctors use cystoscopy to diagnose and treat urinary tract problems. These problems include bladder cancer, bladder control issues, enlarged prostates, and urinary tract infections.
Prostate removal is major surgery. IV pain medications help to relieve pain.
- Renal (kidney) surgery.
- Kidney removal (nephrectomy)
- Surgery of the ureters, including ureteral lithotomy or removal of calculus (stones) in the ureters.
- Bladder surgery.
- Pelvic lymph node dissection.
- Prostatic surgery, removal of the prostate.
- Testicular (scrotal) surgery.
- Urethra surgery.
Enlarged Prostate (BPH): Having an enlarged prostate is one of the most common issues for men, especially older men. This condition is called Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia or BPH. BPH occurs when the prostate, a walnut-shaped gland located between the bladder and urethra, becomes enlarged, making it hard to urinate.
Symptoms of urology problems include:
- Difficulty urinating
- Pain or burning while urinating
- Blood or other discharge in urine
- Lower back pain
- Pain in genitals