Urology2020-06-22T09:38:00+00:00
Urolog treatment

Urology

Urology is known as a surgical specialty. Besides surgery, a urologist is a doctor with the wisdom of internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology and other parts of health care. This is because a urologist encounters a wide range of clinical problems.

Transurethral resection of the prostate

Prostate, which can only be found in men, is located in the pelvis. It sits between the penis and bladder and is surrounded by the urethra (a tube that discharges urine outside of the body). An enlarged prostate is a condition most common in aged men who are having moderate to severe problems and difficulties with urination …

Transurethral resection of bladder tumor

If a patient is diagnosed with bladder cancer, usually the most accurate choice of treatment would be to undergo surgery. However, which types of surgery a patient should undertake, depends on the doctor’s advice and the stage of cancer. Transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT) is considered the first line of a procedure that can diagnose and treat visible tumors…

Percutaneous nephrolithotomy

Percutaneous nephrolithotomy is a procedure that is used for the removal of kidney stones that are too large – usually larger than 2 centimeters –  to pass through the urethra. Patients who are suffering from abnormal kidney stones, having an infection, or the stones have not been broken up to small pieces by the body are candidates for this type of treatment…

Transurethral lithotripsy

Patients may, for various reasons, develop kidney stones that are too large to pass through the urethra. In some cases, when the stone is small, it will be simply discharged during urination; however, if the stones are abnormally large, patients may face debilitating conditions, including urinary blockage and pain…

Open prostatectomy

In patients who have enlarged prostate gland or benign prostatic hyperplasia, open prostatectomy, which is a traditional open surgery is performed to remove the prostate gland. The prostate gland is made from muscle cells along with dense fibrous capsules in the surrounding. The prostate gland, a vital organ in men’s reproductive system, produces a fluid that will become mixed with the sperm to make the semen…

Radical prostatectomy

When patients are diagnosed with prostate cancer or benign prostatic hyperplasia, radical prostatectomy is performed to remove the prostate gland and the surrounding tissue. The surgery to remove prostate cancer is one of the standard procedures in men whose cancer has spread to their bodies’ surrounding area. The procedure is considered a significant operation for men who have not any health issues…

Sling surgery

Some women may suffer from a condition called urinary incontinence which is also known as loss of bladder and refers to the inability of holding the urine. Women who are diagnosed with this condition tend to accidentally lose urine when, for example, sneezing, coughing, or lifting heavy objects. The condition is more common in women above 50…

Hypospadias

Hypospadias is a congenial abnormity which mostly occurs in boys, in which the ureteral opening would be located at any place underside of the pines instead at the tip. The opening of the urethra in babies who have been diagnosed with hypospadias forms on other areas of the penis either on the shaft or on the scrotum..

Pyeloplasty

Pyeloplasty is a type of reconstructive surgery that treats a condition called ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction which creates a blockage in the flow of urine and prevents reaching the bladder. In a healthy person, the urine travels from kidneys via ureters toward the bladder, and during urination, the muscles in the bladder force it to deplete the urine…

Posterior urethral valve

The posterior urethral valve is a rare condition that can happen mostly in boys. The trace of this condition is present from birth, and it will cause a blockage in discharging urine from the bladder. The most common reason for developing such a condition is because of the abnormal tissue growth in the urethra…

Vesicoureteral reflux

In healthy people, the direction of the urine is one-way; it travels from the kidney through ureters toward the bladder. Vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) is a condition that occurs when the urine which is stored in the bladder flows backward to either ureters or kidneys. In these circumstances, the bacteria which is present in the balder will also move…

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