Services:Our Urology Surgical department provides you with the following services
- Trans-urethral resection of prostate
- Percutaneous Lithotripsy
- Bladder stones
- Radical Nephrectomy
- Partial Nephrectomy
- Radical Cystoprostatectomy
- Radical prostatectomy
- Ureteric reimplantation for primary VU reflux / obstructive megaureter
- Urethroplasty for stricture urethra
- Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy
- Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty
- Laparoscopic Ureterolithotomy
- Live-Donor Renal Transplant and Cadaveric Renal Transplant
They are physicians who specialize in the genitourinary tract—the kidneys, urinary bladder, adrenal glands, urethra, and male reproductive organs—and male fertility.
A urologist treats bladder problems, urinary tract infections (UTIs), bladder and kidney cancer, kidney blockage, and kidney stones, Erectile dysfunction.
- Vasectomy Reversal
- Prostate Procedures
- Penile Plication
Generally, you are referred to a urologist by a physician but you can surely approach them directly in case of a specific problem like testicular torsion or priapism.
The doctor will perform a genitourinary examination during your first appointment. That is a complete examination of the urinary tract region.
After examining you the doctor will suggest the reports to be carried out.
- an enlargement of the prostate
- kidney stones
- tumors of the kidneys or bladder
- blood in your urine
- If your primary care physician finds microscopic blood in your urine during a routine screening, you need to be seen by a urologist.
- Difficulty urinating.
- Pain or burning while urinating.
- Blood or other discharge in urine.
- Lower back pain.
- Pain in genitals.
- Urinary Incontinence
- Stress Incontinence
- Overactive Bladder
- Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
- Kidney and Ureteral Stones
- Female Specific Urologic Problems
- Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Men commonly seek a urologist if they have blood in the urine, kidney stones, difficulties emptying their bladder, or an elevated PSA. A prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, is a protein found in the blood that, at elevated levels, may indicate prostate cancer.
- Enlarged Prostate (BPH): Having an enlarged
- prostate is one of the most common issues for men, especially older men. … Prostate Cancer: Prostate cancer happens to be the second leading cause of death for men.
There are a variety of things that cause urinary incontinence, some of them being: diabetes, childbirth, weakened bladder muscles or sphincter muscles, spinal cord injury, certain diseases, and even severe constipation. Oftentimes, simple lifestyle changes can help get urinary incontinence under control.
What is a Urinary Problem? A urinary tract infection, commonly known as UTI is one of the most common urinary problems and is an infection that occurs in the urinary tract. This infection is most often caused by microbes such as fungi, bacteria, and viruses and involves the kidneys, ureters, urethra, or bladder.