Urological Surgeries

Urological Surgeries

Urological Surgeries In our institution, we perform numerous urological surgeries using the latest surgical equipment, with a focus on endoscopic procedures. The essence of endoscopic procedures is to introduce a tube into the body through a natural body opening or a 1-2 centimeter incision, allowing for the surgical intervention. This approach reduces healing time and discomfort for patients.

Here are some of the surgeries we perform:

Transurethral Bladder Tumor Resection

Deeply invasive bladder tumors that spread to the muscle layer of the bladder are treated with radical bladder removal (cystectomy). In cases where the tumor has spread to surrounding tissues, palliative transurethral resection may be performed for hemostasis or enlargement of the bladder cavity.

Ureteral Stone Removal

Painful symptoms associated with renal colic usually occur due to kidney stones that have entered the ureter.

In these cases, we need to determine the size of the stone to assess whether spontaneous passage is expected or intervention is required.

The likelihood of stone passage, with the help of pain-relief medications, is expected up to a size of 5 mm, although 2-3 mm stones can cause significant pain for several days.

The examination is most commonly performed in a specialized lithotomy position, through the urethra and bladder. We gain access to the ureter through the appropriate ureteral orifice, where we can navigate well using the instrument introduced through the urethra. Large stones located in the mid-ureteral segment are rarely reachable with ureteroscopy. In such cases, it is common practice to insert a double-J stent. This procedure can be performed without general anesthesia nationwide, and the definitive stone removal surgery can be scheduled for a later date, sometimes requiring several months of waiting.

In our institution, we offer the unique option of performing definitive stone removal surgeries under general anesthesia, providing immediate relief or shorter waiting times for patients.

Nephrostomy

Nephrostomy involves the direct drainage of one or both renal pelvises with a catheter or drain. It is usually performed in cases of ureteral obstruction or obstruction of urine flow into the bladder.

In addition to the above, we perform a wide range of surgeries related to the kidneys, urethra, prostate, and male reproductive systems. In each case, patients can be discharged and go home after a 1-2 day recovery period.

Dr. Gábor Kovács
Dr. Gábor Kovács
Urologist
Dr. Géza László Sebestyén
Dr. Géza László Sebestyén
Urologist
Dr. István Buzogány
Dr. István Buzogány
Urologist
Dr. János Dér
Dr. János Dér
Urologist - operating doctor only
Dr. Károly Nagy
Dr. Károly Nagy
Urologist
Dr. Péter Iván Dombóvári
Dr. Péter Iván Dombóvári
Urologist
Dr. Péter Járomi
Dr. Péter Járomi
Urologist - operating doctor only
Dr. Porath Sharon
Dr. Porath Sharon
Urologist
Dr. Gábor Kovács
Dr. Gábor Kovács
Urologist
Dr. Géza László Sebestyén
Dr. Géza László Sebestyén
Urologist
Dr. István Buzogány
Dr. István Buzogány
Urologist
Dr. János Dér
Dr. János Dér
Urologist - operating doctor only
Dr. Károly Nagy
Dr. Károly Nagy
Urologist
Dr. Péter Iván Dombóvári
Dr. Péter Iván Dombóvári
Urologist
Dr. Péter Járomi
Dr. Péter Járomi
Urologist - operating doctor only
Dr. Porath Sharon
Dr. Porath Sharon
Urologist
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