Partial nephrectomy is an operation used to treat cancer of the kidney. During a partial nephrectomy, only the kidney cancer is removed, leaving in place as much strong kidney tissue as possible. The partial nephrectomy can be performed through a single large incision in the abdomen or side.
A thin lighted tube equipped with a camera, called an ureteroscope, is passed through the urethra and bladder and into the ureter and kidney. The lower half of the kidney can be access with a rigid ureteroscope and the kidney can be accessed with a flexible ureteroscope.
Kidney stones are little and hard deposits that can develop in the kidneys. Lithotripsy, often referred to as extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL), is the most ordinary procedure for the management of kidney stones (renal lithiasis).
Mini supine percutaneous nephrolithotomy is a modification to standard percutaneous nephrolithotomy technique to improve post-operative recovery and decrease the risk of complications such as post-operative pain, bleeding and lung atelectasis.
Urodynamics is the investigation of the function of the lesser urinary tract to diagnose the cause for voiding dysfunction. urodynamics test is advise in patients with symptoms of urine leakage, frequent urination, recurrent urinary infections,
Vasectomy is a minor surgical procedure in which the vas deferens, thin tubes that store and transport sperm, is cut and sealed so that the sperm can no longer enter into body through the vas. It is a permanent method of birth control in men and prevent the discharge sperm when a man ejaculates.