Kidney and Urology Institute

Urology and Andrology

About the Speciality

The Urology and Andrology division focusses on providing world-class medical interventions to the patients who cannot be treated just by medication or lifestyle corrections. The Urologists use surgical or invasive interventions to alleviate the problems pertaining to anatomical or structural diso...

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What we treat?

At our Urology and Andrology Division at Medanta bring the latest technology to treat the rarest forms of the diseases related to kidney and urinary tract.

Our holistic approach to treat you

Our division Urology and Andrology works in tandem with the Division of Nephrology, both work cohesively as a team, looking after the different treatment modalities depending on the stage of the disease. This integrated team of doctors makes sure ...

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Kidney, Prostate, and Bladder Cancer Clinic

This clinic caters to every patient who is suffering from, or has symptoms of kidney, prostate, and/or bladder cancer.

Prostate Clinic

This clinic exists for the promotion of prostate health, and helps you in preventing prostate cancer, or other prostate related problems.

Stone Clinic

This clinic caters to everyone who report stones, whether in the kidney, or the gallbladder, or even the urinary tract.

Female Urology Clinic

Dedicated to the urological and neurological health of women, this clinic readily offers its services in order to help women lead healthier lives.

Sexual Function and Infertility Clinic

This clinic helps everyone who complains about having sexual problems, and also caters to people being bothered by infertility.

Paediatric Urology Clinic

This clinic caters to children suffering from any kind of urological problems.

Urinary Incontinence Clinic

In urinary incontinence, the severity ranges from occasionally leaking urine when you cough or sneeze to having a sudden urge to urinate. It is either temporary or persistent and occurs more often when people get old. This is an embarrassing condition and we at Medanta provide you the right lifestyle changes and treatment to help deal with it.

Urogenital Cancer Clinic

Urogenital cancers are tumours of kidney and bladder. In men, it is tumour of prostate and testicles. Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer amongst them. These type of cancers occur in people aged 65+ except the testicular cancer which occurs between the age of 20 and 30. We have a team of doctors and onco-surgeons who are experts in treating urogenital cancers.

Stricture Urethra Clinic

The urethra, which carries urine from bladder to expel it out of body, narrows in this condition. This restricts the urinary flow and occurs commonly in men. Our doctors will review your symptoms and medical history, perform a physical examination, ask you for some tests for definite diagnosis and treat you in the best way possible.

Female Urology Clinic

Urologic conditions affect both men and women but are more common in women because the urinary tract in women is closer to genital area than in men. Common issues that women develop are related to general urinary conditions, bladder, urethral and urinary cancers. Our team of doctors will help you treat these diseases with their expertise and latest technology.

Utilize cutting-edge technology

  • Da Vinci Si Robotic Surgical System

    The Da Vinci robotic technology is the most advanced platform for minimally invasive surgery available today. It enables surgeons to perform delicate and complex surgeries through a few tiny incisions, instead of giving the patient a big cut. The system has an ergonomically designed console where the surgeon sits while operating. The hand movements of the surgeon are converted into corresponding micro-movements of instruments inside the patient’s body.

  • Lithotripsy Machine

    The technology uses an externally-applied, focused, high-intensity acoustic pulse to break a urinary or kidney stone into small pieces that can more easily travel through the urinary tract and pass out with urine in a few days or weeks. It is usually an outpatient procedure and takes about an hour to do. Sedatives or anaesthetics may be used for patient comfort. Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) is a safe procedure and may be used on children and on individuals with only one working kidney.

  • MRI/TRUS Fusion system for 3D Targeted Prostate Biopsy

    A revolutionary imaging and 3D navigation system that provides a complete prostate biopsy management platform. The system has the ability to take information available in MR and use it in conjunction with your standard ultrasound guided biopsy. Using robotic principles that mimic the physicians arm, the machine increases the accuracy, robustness and reliability of performing a MRI/US Fusion-Targeted Biopsy.

  • Urodynamics

    Urodynamics is a technique of assessing the pressure-flow relationship between the bladder and the urethra for the purpose of defining the functional status of the lower urinary tract.

Avail advanced treatment and procedures

  • Robotic Radical Prostatectomy

    A robotic radical prostatectomy is performed on patients suffering from prostate cancer. This is a minimally invasive surgical procedure. The prostate gland and some of the tissues that surround it are removed during this surgery.

  • Robotic Partial Nephrectomy

    Partial nephrectomy is the surgery done for kidney tumors where only the tumour and a surrounding rim is removed. It is considered as a treatment option for kidney cancer that has not spread beyond the kidney. It is the preferred method of treatment for patients with smaller kidney tumors less than 4 cm in size.

  • Percutaneous Renal Surgery

    In a percutaneous nephrostomy, a special medical instrument is passed through the patient’s skin all the way into the kidney. This procedure is done in order to remove stones from the patient’s kidney. To make sure the catheter is inserted correctly, a special type of X-ray is used.

  • TRUS/MRI FUSION Prostate Biopsy

    After an advanced MRI image of the prostate has been produced, the doctors using special technology fuse the image with a live transrectal ultrasound. This biopsy is used to diagnose prostate cancer in patients.

  • Optical Internal Urethrotomy (OIU)

    Urethrotomy is a surgery wherein the body tissues are removed from the urethra for relief of a stricture. The OIU uses an endoscopic device called urethrotome. Along with the urethrotome, an incision is made with a sharp knife in the urethra. This process removes any unwanted tissues that might be present in the urethra.

  • Bladder Neck Incision

    A bladder neck incision, as the name suggests, is an incision made in the neck of the patient’s bladder in order to improve the urine flow, and relieve the urinary pressure in the bladder. A telescope is used to remove the obstruction from the bladder.

  • Nephroureterectomy

    Nephroureterectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure, performed to remove the renal pelvis, ureter, kidney, and the bladder cuff of the patient. It is most commonly performed on patients with a cancer in their kidney.

  • Urethroplasty

    Urethroplasty refers to the repair of any kind of injury or defect existing within the walls of a person’s urethra. It is considered to be an excellent treatment for the urethral strictures, and the outcomes offered are better than other types of treatments.

  • Sling Procedure

    A sling procedure is performed to treat urinary incontinence in women. In this procedure, around the urethra, a sling is placed in order to lift and return the urethra to its normal position. The sling is attached to the wall of the abdomen.

  • Pelvic Floor Repair

    Pelvic floor repair is the most common surgery performed for prolapse. Pelvic floor repair is basically a broad term used for simple surgical procedures performed on the floor of the pelvic. The surgery is performed under general, regional, and local anaesthetic.

  • Urethroscopy

    Urethroscopy is a diagnostic test, performed to investigate the interior of the urethra and bladder, with the help of a thin instrument called 'cystoscope'. This procedure involves passing a telescope into the urethra to allow visual inspection. It is also used to identify problems of the urinary tract, such as urethral obstruction originating from the prostate, urethral stricture, stones or tumors.

  • Retrograde Intrarenal Surgery

    Retrograde intrarenal surgery (RIRS) is a procedure for conducting surgery within the kidney using a viewing tube called a fiberoptic endoscope. In this procedure, the endoscope is placed within the kidney (intrarenal). The procedure can also be used to remove a stone.

  • Penile Implant

    Penile implants are placed inside the penis to allow men with erectile dysfunction (ED) to get an erection. There are two main types of penile implants, semirigid and inflatable. It can also be used to treat severe cases of a condition that causes scarring inside the penis, leading to curved, painful erections.

  • Artificial Urinary Sphincter Placement

    An artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) mimics the biological urinary sphincter by providing a competent bladder outlet during urinary storage and an open unobstructed outlet to permit voluntary voiding.

Why choose Medanta?

The Medanta Institute of Urology and Andrology offers an amalgamation of world class technologies and expert treatment exercised through trusted and experienced hands. The Institute is well equipped with experienced team of urologists and nephrologists who specialize in kidney transplants. We are one of the premier centres in the world using minimally invasive surgical techniques including the state-of-the art Da Vinci robotic surgery for kidney transplants. We provide an excellent support team, in terms of blood bank, urgent and quick pathology facilities and nursing care. The Institute also provides round-the-clock care for dialysis, transplant and chronic kidney disease.

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Research & Publications

  • Comparative testing of reliability and audit utility of ordinal objective calculus complexity scores. Can we make an informed choice yet? - British Journal Urology International (BJUI) , 2016
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  • Atypical presentation of pheochromocytoma: Central nervous system pseudovasculitis - Indian Journal of Urology. 2017 Jan 1;33(1):82 , 2017
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  • Assessment of the performance of Partin’s nomogram (2007) in contemporary Indian cohort - Indian J Urol 2016: 199-203 , 2016
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  • Selective Indication for Check Cystogram before catheter removal following Robot Assisted Radical Prostatectomy - Indian J Urol 2016: 32: 120-3 , 2016
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  • Paediatric urology case reports - Penile hair tourniquet syndrome : Case report and a review of literature
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  • Urology Gold - Bilateral Transvesicoscopic Cross-trigonal Ureteric Reimplantation in Children: Surgical Subtleties and a Prospective Summary
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  • Journal of Pediatric Surgery case reports - Persistent Mullerian Duct Syndrome presenting as irreducible inguinal hernia – A surprise surgical finding!
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  • Journal of Pediatric Surgery case reports - Esophago-tracheo-pericardial fistula from safety pin ingestion
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  • Journal of the Korean Association of Pediatric Surgeons - Inguinal Ectopic Scrotum, Anorectal Malformation with Sacral Agenesis and Limb Defects: An Unusual Presentation
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  • Virchows Arch - Chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction: systematic histopathological approach can clinch vital clues
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