Urology

Double J Surgery
In this surgery, the flexible, thin tube which is inserted in the ureter by a urologist during a urinary duct surgery. It should be left in the ureter for about three weeks to one month and then removed by a urologist during an outpatient …
Prostatectomy
Prostatectomy is the primary treatment for prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia, with a narrowing of the urethra, which interferes with urination.
Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (PCNL)
The treatment is the removal of kidney stones through a small hole on the skin.
Urethrocystoscopy
When cystoscopy is used for observing both bladder and Urethra, it is called urethrocystoscopy.
Unilateral Varicocele
Disruption of the functioning of a testicular vein can lead to varicoceles. Many men do not know that they have a varicocele because they often have no symptoms. But in fact, varicoceles are very common, and about 10 to 15 percent of men h…
Transurethral Resection of Bladder (TURB)
If the patient has a bladder tumor, samples of the tissue will be taken usingTransurethral Resection (TUR) to find out if the patient has cancer.
Ureteroscopy
There are no surgical incisions in Ureteroscopy. The surgeon enters a Ureteroscope through the urethra and bladder. He finds the location of the stone, removes it, or shreds the stone with a shock-waving device.
Urethrotomy
Urethrotomy consists of cutting the stenosis and tearing the stenosis ring in the hope that at the site of the gap, epithelium grows and prevents reconnection and formation of the stenosis ring.
Renal Biopsy
Renal biopsy is an important diagnostic method for identifying the cause of kidney disease, which is done by removing a small sample of the kidney through the skin using needles and ultrasound.
Radical Nephrectomy
This treatment refers to the removal of one kidney with the adrenal gland and surrounding lymph nodes.
Bilateral Varicocele
Disruption of the functioning of a testicular vein can lead to varicoceles. Many men do not know that they have a varicocele because they often have no symptoms. But in fact, varicoceles are very common, and about 10 to 15 percent of men h…
Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery Procedure (RIRS)
In this method, we go through all parts of the kidney using a flexible ureteroscope and crush all the stones resistant to crushing using a laser.
Radical Prostatectomy
With this surgery, all prostate tissue is removed including bladder neck, the urethra along with the semen bags. At the same time, the lymph nodes around the prostate are removed.
Transurethral Resection (TUR)
The prostate is opened through a cut in the urethra. In TURP method, spinal anesthesia is applied, and a camera passes through the part of the prostate that has been blocked, and it is scratched to open the blockage, so the urine flows out…
Bladder Tumor Removal
The surgeon uses a cystoscope to check inside the bladder and remove the areas that appear to be involved. The cystoscope is a narrow, long tube with a lamp and a camera.
Kidney Stone
Diagnostic tests for kidney stones may include urinalysis and urine culture, kidney ultrasonography, CT scan, and intravenous urology (a method for checking kidneys and urinary tract by administering an X-ray-detected drug into the bloodst…
Bladder Surgery
Bladder surgery is done due to different causes for example bladder cancer, radical cystectomy, and urinary incontinence.
Cystectomy
The treatment refers to a surgical procedure for removing all or part of the bladder through a cut in the lower abdomen. The most common cause of cystectomy is bladder cancer.
Hydrocelectomy
The hydrocele is a fluid that surrounds the testicles and causes swelling of the testicles. Hydrocelectomy is a surgical procedure without the need for long admission, with local anesthetic or general anesthesia to remove hydrocele.
Nephrectomy
It is referred to as kidney removal surgery. The surgery can be done in the following ways: Partial nephrectomy Simple nephrectomy Radical Nephrectomy
Transurethral Resection of the prostate (TURP)
Scraping the prostate through the urinary tract is an urological surgery. This type of surgery is used to treat the effects of enlargement of the prostate.
Trans Ureteral Lithotripsy (TUL)
This method is the most recent and advanced stone crushing technique. It can be done using a flexible ureteroscope.
Urethroplasty
The urethra stenosis should be detected, then the stenosis should be thoroughly removed, and the two standard sections of the duct should be sutured, and then a catheter is placed in the duct for 7 to 10 days.
Orchiectomy
Orchiectomy is one of the surgical methods for the treatment of testicular cancer or sex reassignment surgery.
Nephrostomy
In the normal state, urine is transported from the kidneys to the bladder by a narrow tube called the ureter. Some diseases can cause urethral obstruction. In this case, physicians under the direction of imaging, insert stents or tubes in …
Cystoscopy
Cystoscopy is a simple method for checking the urinary system that allows your doctor to see the inside of the bladder. During cystoscopy, the doctor can see the bladder to detect lumps, stones, and urinary problems.
Permanent Urinary Diversion
When urine flow is blocked due to underlying diseases such as enlarged prostate or tumors, urinary diversion surgery is required to reroute the normal urine flow.
Varicocelectomy
Varicocele is an enlargement of the veins in men’s reproductive organs. Varicocelectomy is a surgical procedure performed to eliminate these enlarged veins. This method is used to restore the proper flow of blood to the reproductive organs.
Vesicovaginal Fistula
In Vesicovaginal fistula, there is an abnormal relationship between the bladder and the vagina through a duct where the urine directly enters the vagina and is excreted.
DJ catheter
The Double J Stent is a urological tube. The reason for using the ureter catheter is to make the urine flows from the kidneys to the bladder, through the urethra (the duct between the kidneys and the bladder).
Hypospadias
It is a congenital condition in males in which the mitosis or the output of the urethra is not at the tip of the penis.
Cystourethroscopy
In this procedure, a ureteroscope is used to examine the bladder and urethra.
Pyeloplasty
By removing the stenosis in the area where the urethra is attached to the kidney through surgery, the urine can flow naturally from the kidney to the urethra.
Ureteral Stone Removal
The signs and symptoms of ureteral stones vary according to their location. Sometimes the stones are small and do not cause any symptoms until they are inside the kidney. Occasionally, these stones block the kidneys when they leave the pat…
Urology