Urology

Urology in sama medical tourism
Iran has produced many world renowned Urologist. We have got tie ups with many of them. The urology treatments focus on the urinary tracts of males and females, and the reproductive tracts of males. This includes the two kidneys, two ureters, the bladder and the urethra. The urinary tract and reproductive tracts are close together, and disorders of one often affect the other
Our doctors are expert in understanding the ways state of the art technology is paving the future in the treatment of urologic diseases. Not more than 20 years ago was it customary for doctors to perform open surgery for the treatment of kidney, bladder, and prostate diseases. Our faculty is fellowship trained urologic surgeons focusing on treatment of urologic cancers, pelvic prolapse and incontinence procedures for women and men, prostate disease, and reconstructive urology. We seek to advance the diagnostic and therapeutic options for treating the entire spectrum of urologic disease by focusing on the Mission to Innovate, to Cultivate, to Heal

Innovative Technology


Application of technology advances in nanotechnology, fusion MRI for improved diagnosis of prostate cancer, as well as bipolar TUR and laser treatment make it possible for our doctors to minimize the threat of urologic cancers and benign obstructive disease. Advances in fighting cancer will improve with our research investigations into precision medicine to better understand how to diagnosis, predict, and treat the disease to help our patients

The Results


The results are shorter recovery times, less pain, smaller incisions, and improved quality of life
Treatment for kidney stones is a common urological practice and advanced methods for treating them without surgery (such as lithotripsy) are available in Iran along with complementary methods of treating stones endoscopically
While kidney problems also afflict women, there are urological, urogynecological, and related pelvic disorders unique to women. Due to this there are overlaps in the techniques of urology and gynecology.
Urological treatments are especially common for men. Healthcare providers encourage older men to have regular checkups for early detection of men’s diseases before they become potentially serious. Detection before symptoms set in greatly improves the chances of treatment.
It is sometimes necessary for men to have their prostate gland removed in a procedure known as a prostatectomy. Reasons for its removal include the presence of a tumor or inflammation of the gland itself. The latter can lead to difficulty urinating. Modern prostate removal procedures are minimally invasive and incorporate cutting-edge technology like high-powered lasers and robotic instruments.
A man who no longer wishes to reproduce may consider having a vasectomy. In this procedure, the vas deferentia are cut so that sperm can longer pass through the penis. The surgical procedure is minimally invasive, making it a more desirable alternative to its female counterpart, tubal ligation. Vasectomy reversals are also common, though they are not always effective.
There are several minor operations administered to improve or correct male reproductive health. These include circumcision, frenuloplasty and hydrocolectomy. Minor bruising, inflammation and short-lived pain are the primary symptoms following these operations. Barring complications and special circumstances, recovery time is usually minimal
Circumcision
Gallbladder Surgery
Gallstone Surgery
Hydrocelectomy
Penis Fenuloplasty
Prostatectomy
Vasectomy
Vasectomy Reversal

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