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Benign Prostatic Enlargement (Hyperplasia)

Pelvic organ prolapse is a very common condition, particularly among older women. It's estimated that half of women who have children will experience some form of prolapse in later life, but because many women don't seek help from their doctor the actual number of women affected by prolapse is unknown.


Benign Prostatic Enlargement (Hyperplasia)

Varicoceles are abnormally dilated spermatic cord veins that allow retrograde blood flow to the testes. Patients should consider treatment of varicocele if they are experiencing infertility, pain or testicular atrophy.


Treatment options for upper ureteral calculi (size > 10 mm)

 

EXTRA-CORPOREAL LITHOTRIPSY

URETEROSCOPIC LASER LITHOTRIPSY

LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY (KEY-HOLES SURGERY)

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Patient lies on the table of the machine. Shock waves will be delivered to the stone to make it broken

An ureteroscope is inserted through the urethra and up to the stone location. Laser beam will make the stone broken

Through 3 – 4 small holes at the back, surgeons use instruments to open the ureter, remove the stone, then close the ureter.


Benign Prostatic Enlargement (Hyperplasia)

Benign prostatic enlargement (BPE) refers to the normal enlargement of the prostate gland that occurs in men, with aging. It is one of the most common conditions to affect middle aged and older men.


Bladder slings (TOT)

As stated by the American Urologic Association consensus statement in 2001, there are only 2 procedures that are proven to have effective long-term cure rates for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI).


Prostate Cancer

After lung cancer, cancer of the prostate is the second most common cause of cancer deaths in men in the United States. It is estimated that up to 350,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer annually. Adenocarcinoma of the prostate is the clinical term for cancer that begins as a tumor on the outside of the prostate gland. As it grows, it may spread to the inner part of the prostate.


Prostate Biopsy

The prostate biopsy is a procedure that is performed because an elevated PSA or abnormal area has been identified in your prostate gland. It is impossible to determine the nature of such irregularities without obtaining a small amount of tissue with a needle biopsy for examination under a microscope. Our goal is to determine whether these abnormalities are the signs of an early or late stage prostate cancer.


Prostate Infection

Prostatitis is the term used to describe inflammation in the prostate. Acute prostatitis refers to the sudden onset of infection within the prostate gland. It often occurs in association with high fever and typically responds well to antibiotic treatment.


Vasectomy

Every year in the United States about one-half million men choose sterilization by vasectomy as their method of birth control. They choose vasectomy because it is a simple, safe, and effective surgical procedure that prevents sperm from reaching an egg and fertilizing it.


Semen Analysis

A semen analysis measures the amount of semen a man produces and determines the number and quality of sperm in the semen sample.
A semen analysis is usually one of the first tests done to help determine whether a man has a problem fathering a child (infertility).


Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

ED is the inability of a man to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for his sexual needs or the needs of his partner. Most men experience this at some point in their lives, usually by age 40, and are not psychologically affected by it.


Bladder Cancer

The bladder is a hollow muscular organ located in the pelvis, which acts as reservoir to collect and store urine from the kidneys. The muscles of the bladder help to pass out urine from the lower urinary passage or urethra.


Premature Ejaculation

Many men sometimes ejaculate sooner than they or their partner would like. If it just happens occasionally, it's probably not something to worry about. However, if you regularly ejaculate sooner than you and your partner would like, such as before intercourse begins or soon afterward, you may have a condition known as premature ejaculation.

Pelvic organ prolapse
Varicocelectomy
Treatment options for upper ureteral calculi (size > 10 mm)
Benign Prostatic Enlargement (Hyperplasia)
Bladder slings (TOT)
Prostate Cancer
Vasectomy
Semen Analysis
Prostate Biopsy
Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Prostate Infection
Urinary Calculi
Varicocele
Over Active Bladder
Kidney Cancer
Bladder Cancer
Premature Ejaculation
Haematuria