Urologists with My virtual hospital (MVH) treats patients who have problems with the bladder, prostate, and kidneys, as well as the reproductive organs in men. This may include problems with erections, ejaculation, and infertility.
We have urologists who are expert in latest techniques like lasers and Robotic surgery.
Disease We Treat
Urinary incontinence (inability to hold urine)
Voiding dysfunction (difficulty urinating)
Chronic renal failure - kidney transplant
Kidney cancer – Our team can use Robotic surgery or laparoscopic surgery to remove tumour.
Kidney stones – this can be treated by lasers so that all the stones can be removed at one time with small incisions or no incision.
We offer men treatment for conditions of the prostate, including minimally invasive prostate cancer surgery.
Enlarged prostate, including benign (noncancerous) enlargement of the prostate
Male Reproductive System Conditions
Varicocele (when the veins in the scrotum, the sack that holds the testes, get enlarged)
Andropause (hormonal changes in men that may occur with age, also known as testosterone deficiency)
Anejaculation (difficulty ejaculating)
Balanitis (inflammation of the head of the penis or foreskin)
Erectile dysfunction (difficulty maintaining an erection, also known as impotence)
Male infertility (inability to conceive a child)
Genital diseases (such as sexually transmitted infections)?
Pelvic Floor Disorder
Diagnosis of Urological disorders
Our urologists have access to state of art urodynamics lab as well as radiological imaging.
Diagnostic testing may include:
Measurement of the flow of urine (urine flow rate)
Urodynamic testing to examine the emptying of the bladder
Examination of the bladder and prostate with a telescopic camera
Male fertility testing
Once the condition is correctly identified, physicians discuss medical and surgical treatment options with the patient. ?
Treatment in Urology
We perform complex urological surgeries on regular basis.
PCNL – percutaneous nephron lithotripsy – a technique by which kidney stones can be removed with small holes.
Adrenalectomy: Surgery to remove an adrenal gland due to a tumor.
Laser prostate surgery – this is the latest technique to operate on prostate gland.
Cystoscopy: Procedure in which a small tube with a camera is inserted through the urethra to view the bladder. In some cases, cystoscopy can be used to remove a bladder tumor.
Nephrectomy: Removal of a full kidney or part of a kidney in patients with kidney cancer. This can be done by laparoscopic or robotic technique.
Cystectomy: Using a minimally invasive, robotic surgical approach to remove the bladder. This procedure can be used in some cases of bladder cancer.
Prostatectomy: Using a minimally invasive, robotic surgical approach to remove the prostate. This procedure is offered in some cases of prostate cancer.
Orthotopic neobladder reconstruction: Procedure to divert urine after the bladder has been removed due to bladder cancer.
Urethral reconstruction: Surgery to treat urethral stricture, or narrowing of the urethra (the tube that carries urine, as well as semen in men).
Bladder neck suspension: Surgery used to reposition a woman’s bladder, offered in some cases of urinary incontinence.
Sphincter prosthesis: Placement of an artificial sphincter, offered in some cases of urinary incontinence.
Penile implant: Placement of a device that fits in the penis and testes to treat erectile dysfunction.