- BNI (Bladder Neck Incision)
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Endoscopic Surgery
- OIU (Optical Internal Urethrotomy)
- Partial/ Total Penectomy
- Radical Nephrectomy
- Radical Prostatectomy
Latest advance technologies are used for all type of Urological surgeries. Conditions that commonly dictate a need for urologic surgery includespinal cord injury; injuries to the pelvic organs; chronic digestive and urinary diseases; as well as prostate infections and inflammations. There are many other common chronic and malignant diseases that can benefit from resection, surgery to clear obstructions or surgical augmentation . Other conditions that are seen more frequently include kidney stones, diseases and infections;penile dysfunction; and infections of the genitourinary tract.
Urologic surgery has been revolutionized by striking advances in urodynamic diagnostic systems. Changes in these areas have been particularly beneficial for urologic surgery: laparascopy, endoscopic examination for colon cancer, implantation procedures, and imaging techniques. These procedural and imaging advances have brought the field of urology to a highly active and innovative stage, with new surgical options created each year.
Other commonly performed urology related surgeries are bladder surgery, prostatic surgery or complete removal of the prostate, surgery of the ureters, including ureterolithotomy or removal ofstones in the ureters, testicular (scrotal) surgery,urethra surgery , pelvic lymph node dissection