Urology is a medical field that deals with the diagnostics and treatment of the diseases of the human urinary and genital organs. In current view, urology has made significant progress and continues its constant development. Increasingly, modern males suffer from such urological diseases as prostatitis, prostate adenoma, erectile dysfunction, cystitis, etc. High qualification of the doctors, the most advanced equipment for diagnostics (minimally-invasive robotic surgery) and progressive preparations allow accurate identification of the problem and its successful treatment. The problems of the genitourinary system, which urology is engaged in, are: prostate adenoma, inflammation of the kidneys, stones in the ureter, renal cyst, treatment of urolithiasis, nephroptosis, urinary incontinence, renal cancer, prostate cancer, prostate cancer, male infertility. Learn everything about the urology & nephrology treatment in France from diagnostic to treatment of any conditions in the field of urology.
Laboratory examinations, analysis of tumour markers (PSA, AFP, beta-HCG), ultrasound investigation, prostate USI, X-ray examination of the kidneys and urinary tract (excretory urography, retrograde pyelography, cystography when urinating, antegrade and retrograde urethrography, X-ray examination of stomas and bladder after cystectomy), NMR, nuclear examinations of bones, testing of the renal function. Diagnostics of malignant renal or prostate diseases, including puncture. Diagnostic examinations of the bladder dysfunction by urodynamics and video urodynamics.
Replacement or removal of the urethral or renal catheter, surgery of the external genitalia. Out-patient diagnostic methods, X-ray of the bladder and kidneys, cystoscopy, urodynamics and video urodynamics.
Prostatectomy, radical prostatectomy, resection of the prostate, transurethral resection of the prostate, laparoscopic and mini-laparoscopic, the Da Vinci surgical system, surgery for bladder dysfunction, as well as for hyperplasia (benign prostate enlargement and narrowing of the urethra), transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), open transvesical adenomectomy, endoscopic surgery on the urethra (urinary tract), plastic of the urethra via transplantation of the graft from foreskin or oral mucosa (microsurgery), implantation of the appendix or the bladder wall for vesicostomy preserving continence ability.
Endoscopic surgeries for benign and malignant tumours of the bladder (transurethral resection). Radical cystectomy (removal of the bladder) with all forms of creating a new bladder, implantation of the ureters into the intestine, creation of an artificial bladder-stoma from the small and large intestine), radical prostatectomy (removal of the prostate affected with cancer), both open and laparoscopic method, including preservation of sexual potency. Removal of renal tumours, including kidney preservation. Surgeries on the adrenal glands in benign and malignant diseases of the adrenal glands. Removal of regional lymph nodes for the diagnostics and treatment of all cancerous urologic diseases. Removal of the testicle with the removal of retroperitoneal lymph nodes in testicular tumours (retroperitoneal lymphadenectomy). Mono- and polychemotherapy, and immunotherapy for all cancerous urological diseases.
Ureterorenoscopy, extracorporeal lithotripsy, nephrolitholapaxy, conservative medical therapy for urolithiasis, nephrolithotomy for large stones.
Sacroplasty, colposuspension, implantation of TVT, TOT tapes, implantation of an artificial sphincter. All kinds of conservative treatment (drug therapy, EMDA treatment – installation of a combined preparation under the influence of low currents, intravesical injection of Botox, electrical stimulation).
Plastic reconstruction of congenital genital defects (for phimosis, hypospadias, epispadias, ectopic testis, bladder exstrophy). Laparoscopy for cryptorchidism. Plastic reconstruction in renal and ureteral abnormalities, the plastic of pyeloureteral stenosis, double kidney, vesicoureteral reflux.
This list is not exhaustive and is provided for informational purposes.
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