Urologist in India
Commonly performed procedures in India:
- Vasectomy: Permanent male birth control where sperm supply to the semen is stooped by cutting and sealing the vas deferens
- Cystoscopy: Lining of the bladder and the urethra is examined (using the instrument called a cystoscope) to diagnose and treat bladder conditions
- Ureteroscopy: Diagnose and treat a variety of problems in the urinary tract
- Endopyelotomy: Effective treatment for patients with ureteropelvic junction obstruction
- Urethrotomy: To treat urethral stricture disease
- Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty: A minimally invasive procedure aimed at correcting a blockage or narrowing of the ureter where it leaves the kidney
- Nephrostomy: A pipe, stent, or catheter is inserted through the skin and into the kidney
- Orchiectomy: Surgical approach where one or both testicles is removed in case of testicular cancer
- Percutaneous nephrolithotomy: Removal of kidney stones
- Radical Nephrectomy: Removal of a kidney, the ureter, the surrounding tissues, lymph nodes, and the adrenal gland (due to cancer or severe kidney disease)
- Radical Prostatectomy: Surgery used to treat prostate cancer
- Cystectomy: Removing all the parts of the urinary bladder surgically
- Transurethral Resection of Prostate: Removal of the inside parts of the prostate gland (in case of an enlarged prostate)
- Urethroplasty: Surgical approach to repair an injury or defect within the walls of the urethra
- Prostate Procedures: Procedures to diagnose and treat prostate conditions:
- Prostate biopsy: procedure to remove samples of tissue from the prostate for examination
- UroLift: Surgical approach aimed at treating mild to moderate prostate enlargement. This procedure is minimally invasive.
- Transurethral needle ablation (TUNA): radiofrequency ablation to shrink prostate tissue that is pressing into the urethra and causing urinary symptoms
- Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP): Trim and seal prostate tissue when the prostate is enlarged and causing difficulty in urination using a special instrument called a resectoscope
- Transurethral incision of the prostate (TUIP): Procedure used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
- Ureteroscopy: Procedure used to diagnose and treat kidney stones
- Lithotripsy: Use of shock waves or a laser to break down stones in the kidney
- Orchiopexy: Surgical procedure performed to repair an undescended testicle
- Penile Plication: urology procedure that is used to treat curvature of the penis caused by Peyronie’s disease
- Penile Implants & Prosthesis: Devices placed inside the penis to allow men with erectile dysfunction (ED) to get an erection
- Male circumcision: Skin covering the tip of the penis (foreskin) is removed
- Renal transplantation: Kidney transplant
Why prefer Indian Urologists? What’s the quality of the Urologists in India?
The Urologists in India undergo rigorous training under skilled specialists having years of extensive experience of clinical experience in performing a breadth of Urology procedures.
Urologists in India are equipped and updated with the most recent and most advanced urology developments and techniques.
Urologists in India go through a challenging academic curriculum and need to qualify for exceptionally competitive examinations. First, a medical student must complete a very rigorous 5 ½ years actual graduation (MBBS) that includes an internship. He/she operates in multiple clinical departments on a rotatory basis to obtain clinical experience in all clinical disciplines.
Post completion of actual graduation, doctors prepare for a nationwide entrance, and upon qualifying the same, they can apply for MD/MS General medicine/surgery (3-year specialization course)followed by (M.Ch.) in Urology. Medical students can also opt for DNB (Directorate National Board) degree which carries more significance at international level.
Recent regulation in India also mandates all the doctors to complete 2-5 years of compulsory rural service enriching the clinical exposure and better practical experience.
Apart from this, several doctors travel abroad to work with globally recognized medical experts and complete distinguished courses to possess exceptional clinical expertise. Urologists in India focus on gaining technical expertise.
The majority of Urologists in India are entitled to fellowships such as DNB/FRCS/MRCS from reputed and internationally renowned institutions and medical facilities and the exposure of working with internationally recognized healthcare professionals. This makes the Indian Urologists more suitable and versatile to numerous techniques, approaches, and surgical treatment methods.