Cystoscopy is a diagnostic procedure performed by a Urologist that is used to look at the bladder (lower urinary tract), collect urine samples, and examine the prostate gland. The procedure is performed with the aid of a Cystoscope, which guides in diagnosing urinary tract and prostate disease. Cystoscopies also enable biopsies to be performed and small stones to be removed
Hydrocelectomy is often performed to correct a hydrocele (a fluid-filled sack along the spermatic cord within the scrotum).
The procedure may require a scrotal drainage tube or a large dressing to the scrotal area. You will be advised to wear a scrotal support for some time after surgery. Ice packs should be kept on the area for the first 24 hours after surgery to reduce the swelling.
Lithotripsy is a non invasive procedure which pulverises kidney stones or gallstones by means of an instrument called a lithotripter.
Nephrectomy is a surgical procedure for the removal of a kidney or part of a kidney. This procedure is performed on patients with severe kidney damage originating from disease, injury, or congenital conditions.
Orchidopexy is a procedure in which a surgeon fastens an undescended testicle inside the scrotum, usually with dissolvable sutures. The procedure is often performed in male infants to correct cryptorchidism (undescended testicles). This procedure is also occasionally performed in adolescents or adults, and may involve one or both testicles. In adults, orchidopexy is most often done to treat a urologic emergency resulting from the testicle's twisting around the spermatic cord and losing its blood supply.
Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy or PCNL is a minimally Invasive procedure performed on patients with renal, pelvic and calyceal Stones
Urethroplasty is a surgical operation dealing with the repair of an injury or a defect in the walls of the urethra.