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Urological surgery

Urology is both a surgical and a medical specialty since it treats certain patients without having to resort to surgical interventions. This specialty is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of congenital, infectious, lithiasis, traumatic and tumor attacks of the male and female urinary systems and those of the male genital system.

The surgeries therefore consist of a wide range of procedures, both relating to the problems of the urinary system and those of the genital system. This includes:

  • Urolithiasis (formation of stones in the kidneys or bladder): flexible or semi-rigid ureteroscopy, cystolistolapaxis, etc.
  • Benign prostatic hyperplasia and overflow incontinence: transurethral resection of the prostate, Rezum, etc.
  • Urethral stenosis: optilume, dilation or urethrotomy.
  • Kidney, bladder, prostate, or even testicular cancer: surgical resection, etc.
  • Stress urinary incontinence: urethral fillers
  • Overactive bladder: bladder infiltration, cystectomy.
  • Erectile dysfunction: penile implant (prosthesis).
  • Peyronie’s disease: straightening of the penis (plication).
  • Hydrocele, spermatocele or varicocele: surgical cures.
  • Pain: anesthetic infiltrations, PRP injections, denervation of the spermatic cord, etc.
  • Male fertility and infertility: vasectomy and vasovasostomy.
  • Genital esthetics: circumcision, revision of circumcision, skin excision of condylomas, resection of the clitoral hood, lengthening of the frenulum, etc.