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Our urologists at Medicover Hospitals use minimally invasive diagnostic methods such as endoscopy, ultrasound scan, and urodynamic testing to give patients a personalized treatment plan that meets their medical needs. Urology doctors can help you with a broad range of genito-urinary problems, including urinary tract infections, kidney stones, kidney cancer, kidney blockage, testicular cancer, enlarged prostate, erectile dysfunction, problems experienced after pregnancy, and even bedwetting in children. Collaborating with Gynecology and Oncology experts, the multidisciplinary team of urologists and renal specialists treat patients with urinary incontinence, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, and bladder prolapse.
Our Urologists in Hyderabad are trained in the most recent advances in robotic urologic surgery, allowing faster recovery, less trauma, and better results. The hospital is equipped with a direct lithotripter for ESWL for the kidney, ureteric calculi, and a laser for kidney stone diseases, offering the most advanced urological diagnosis and treatment. The well-equipped labs and wards have made it more convenient for the staff to provide proper patient care and service. Medicover Hospitals strives to deliver 100% speedy and healthy recovery so that you may return to your regular schedule as soon as possible. Our approach includes comprehensively examining the problem and developing a treatment strategy.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Urology?
Urology is a medical branch that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and management of health problems affecting the male and female urinary tract systems.
Who are Urologists?
A urologist is a medical specialist who specializes in treating disorders related to the urological illnesses pertaining to the kidneys, ureter, bladder, prostate, and the reproductive systems.
What do urologists treat?
Urologists can treat bladder issues, urinary tract infections (UTIs), bladder and kidney cancer, kidney obstruction, kidney stones and many other diseases.
When should I consult a urologist?
Men should frequently consult a urologist if they notice blood in their urine, kidney stones, difficulty emptying their bladder, or a high prostate-specific antigen, which is a protein present in the blood that, when increased, may suggest prostate cancer.