The urology is recognized as the medical specialty that primarily focuses on treating conditions that relate to the male and female urinary tract including the reproductive organs of males. The urologists at Manglam Hospital treat disorders related to the urinary system that comprises of kidneys, bladder, ureters and the urethra. The males also suffer from different reproductive problems and therefore, the urologist treats conditions related to testes, seminal vesicles, epididymis, prostate, vas deferens, and penis. Moreover, the urologists also suggest surgical treatment of conditions like kidney stones, bladder cancer, urinary incontinence, and prostate cancer.
Conditions treated by urologists
Different types of urological problems can occur in males, females, and children. The males might suffer from erectile dysfunction, prostatitis, varicocele, and enlargement of the prostate gland. On the other hand, urological problems that the females might suffer from include bladder prolapse, urinary incontinence, overactive bladder and cancer of the reproductive organs. In addition to this, pediatric urology is also an important branch under urology that treats urology problems in children like bed-wetting, undescended testicles along with problems associated with urinary tract structure. Thus, urology is one of the important branches under medical science that provides comprehensive care for urinary diseases and disorders.
Following treatments are offered by our experienced urologists
PCNL :Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (PCNL) is one of the most effective techniques to treat stones that are present in the kidney or upper ureter. The method is adopted in the condition when stones are comparatively larger and cannot be treated through procedures like ureteroscopy and shock wave lithotripsy.
URS :Ureteroscopy (URS) is one of the minimally invasive surgery techniques that is used for treating stones present in the ureters. The procedure is performed using a thin and small flexible scope that is inserted through the urethra into the ureter for removal of stone. It is an outpatient procedure and patients can leave the hospital the same day.