It covers different surgeries of our urogenital system covering the organs of reproductive and urinary system. Common procedures include surgery of bladder, urethra, prostate, kidney, testicles and removal of kidney or its stones.
PCNL ( Percutaneous Nephrolithonomy)
It is a procedure to remove stones from the kidney or ureter (the tube connecting the bladder and kidney for draining out urine). This technique is applied in case of larger stones that cannot be removed with shockwave lithotripsy.
ESWL ( Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripsy)
This is a procedure to remove kidney stones where shockwaves of high energy are applied to break down the stones in small crystals. These are then washed out of the body through urine.
Renal transplant or kidney transplantation
Kidney transplantation is required when the patient is at the end-stage of kidney disease. Transplanting a healthy kidney into the patient remains the only option. It is a common surgery for patients with acute renal diseases or diabetes. Transplantation can be done from a healthy living donor or from a deceased donor.
This is an essential treatment for individuals suffering from partial or total kidney failure. It is the process of purifying blood off all toxic wastes accumulating in the kidneys. This purification is done through a man-made membrane called dialyzer or artificial kidney. The purified blood is then returned to the patient’s body. Hemodialysis is also done as a treatment for drug poisoning or drug overdose.
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