What is the urology surgery procedure? Know about types of urology in Children’s & adults?

Spectra Institutes of Urology is equipped with highly advanced technology in the field of Uro-Sciences like 100 W Holmium Laser, Harmonic Scalpel, and Flexible Ureteroscope. It prides itself on having renowned doctors with expertise in a wide range of surgical interventions in Stone Removal, Strictures, Prostate Enlargement, Varicocele Ligation, Genitourinary Fistula Surgery, Trans-urethral Removal of Bladder Tumour (TURBT), Treatment for Prostate Cancer and all sorts of Urogynaecology procedures

Urological Surgeries in Children
The common urology surgeries performed in children are:

Vesicoureteral reflux surgery: Vesicoureteral reflux is a condition where the urine accumulates in the ureter and does not flow into the bladder causing damage to the kidneys. Vesicoureteral reflux surgery helps in the free flow of urine from the ureter into the bladder.

Orchiopexy surgery: Cryptorchidism is a condition in which the testes do not descend into the scrotum after birth. Orchiopexy surgery is used for correcting the undescended testis.

Nephrostomy: Hydronephrosis is a condition where the urine does not flow out of the kidneys leading to fluid retention in the kidneys. Nephrostomy catheter is the procedure performed to helps the urine flow from the kidneys to the bladder.
Myelomeningocele: The outgrowth of the spinal cord known as spina bifida, is a condition where the nerves and muscles of the urinary bladder are contracted towards the spine. This disables the normal functioning of the urinary bladder thereby decreasing the urine output. Myelomeningocele surgery is a prenatal procedure that is performed on the fetus when in the mother’s womb.

Circumcision surgery: It is a surgical procedure for removal of the foreskin of the penis. It is practiced either due to traditional practices or due to infections of the urinary tract.

Urological Surgeries in Adults
The common urology surgeries performed in adults include:

Kidney and ureteral stones surgery: The surgery is performed to remove stones from the kidneys and the urinary tract. Kidney or ureteral stones are the accumulation of the salts that turn into crystals that obstruct the flow of urine.

Kidney transplantation surgery: The surgery is performed to replace the diseased kidney with a donor’s kidney in individuals suffering from chronic kidney disease or kidney failure or cancer of the kidneys.

Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) surgery: The surgery is intended to treat the patients suffering from the enlarged prostate gland. The condition is also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia that affects a large number of elderly men.

Cancer surgery: The surgery is performed to remove a tumor or the infected organ affected with cancer. Kidney, prostate and testicular cancers may affect the urological health in men, whereas ovarian, endometrial, uterine, vaginal and kidney cancers affect the urological health in women.