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Urology Treatment and Procedures

At Maurya Hospital Division of Urology, a team of best urologist in Kakinada, andrologists and urogynecologists take care of male, female and the elderly people to deal with all types of common, rare and intricate urological issues. They deliver care that encompasses all aspects of urology. Though they work collaboratively, they provide personalized care to each patient.

Our experienced, trained and expert urologists adopt high standards of urological care for diagnosing and treating a wide range of urinogenital, urogynaecology, andrological and infertility issues. They work collaboratively with specialists from other specialties including nephrology, geriatrics, genecology, infertility, general medicine, pediatrics, andrology and surgical oncology to provide care which is on par with quality standards.

The urologic conditions we treat include:

Best Urology Treatment in Kakinada at Maurya Hospital treat all types of urological, urinogenital and infertility related issues both in men and women. In general, we treat the following conditions:
Painful urination, Urinary tract infections (UTIs), Urinary incontinence, Stress incontinence, bladder infections, kidney infections, problems with holding urine, male infertility issues, female infertility issues, kidney stones, bladder stones, ureter stones, kidney and bladder cancer, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), erectile dysfunction, other prostate issues, enlarged prostate, Varicocele female pelvic organ prolapses, Hydronephrosis, prostate cancer in men; Ureteral obstruction, Urethral stricture, Ureteral cancer, Urethral diverticulum, Overactive bladder, kidney tumours and kidney cancers, Small bowel prolapse (enterocele), undescended testes and testicular cancer. Maurya Hospital offers several surgical services and procedures, including but not limited to those listed below:

  • Ureteroscopy

  • Ureteral stent placement

  • Nephrectomy

  • Laparoscopic Nephrectomy

  • Laparoscopy Pyeloplasty (to correct the blockage or narrowing of the ureter)

  • Laser prostate surgery

  • Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)

  • Prostate Ultrasound

  • Ultrasound-guided prostate biopsy

  • Minimally invasive surgery

  • Varicocele correction (varicocelectomy)

  • Bladder reconstruction

  • Genitourinary reconstruction

  • Kidney reconstruction

  • Kidney sparing surgery

  • Ureteral stent placement

  • Surgical treatment for tumours and malignancies of kidneys, ureter, bladder and testicles.

  • Procedures for the evaluation and treatment of congenital anomalies

  • Procedures for the treatment of hydronephrosis

  • Surgical procedures for childhood and adolescence conditions such as varicoceles, hernia and undescended testis.

  • Surgical reconstruction of the urinary tract

Our Urologists perform cystoscopy to detect the problems of the urinary tract including:

  • Urinary incontinence [urine leakage or loss of urine control (involuntary)]

  • Streaks of blood in the urine

  • Bloody urine (blood in the urine) Haematuria

  • Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)

  • Urine urgency (inability to delay urine)

  • Painful urination or burning sensation during urination

  • Incomplete emptying of the urinary bladder

  • Urine retention (bladder insufficiency)

  • Infrequent voiding (not urinating often)

  • trouble starting urination, completing urination, or both

Ureteroscopy: This procedure uses a ureteroscope to look inside ureters and kidneys. A ureteroscope – like a cystoscope – is a long, thin tube-like instrument with tiny lens, light and eye piece. The middle of the instrument has a flexible or rigid tube and the other end has lens and light – just like cystoscope. The only difference between a cystoscope and ureteroscope is that a ureteroscope is longer and thinner than cystoscope. With the help of ureteroscope urologists can get more detailed images of the ureter and kidneys.
Urologists perform ureteroscopy to detect the cause of blockage in the ureter and to find other abnormalities in the kidneys or ureters. Urologists routinely perform ureteroscopy to see polyps, stones in the ureter or kidneys, abnormal tissue growth, masses, benign growth, cancer in kidneys or ureter. Vasectomy: The procedure that involves cutting the tubes that carry sperm and then sealing them to prevent pregnancy is known as vasectomy. Urologists perform this procedure as a family planning surgery. Nephrectomy: Urologist perform this procedure (removal of kidney) if necessary, to treat kidney cancer. Prostate biopsy: During routine procedures that involve diagnosing the cause of prostate problems, urologist remove a small tissue sample from the prostate to test for cancer in a lab. This technique is known as biopsy. The best urologists in Kakinada form an expert team at Maurya Hospital. They are Immensely experienced, highly qualified with hands-on expertise in all aspects of invasive, minimally invasive, microsurgical and reconstructive surgical techniques and procedures. They have exposure in all specialties of urology (multidisciplinary) with added skills and expertise.

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