Neoalta Urology Clinic provides expert for problems of the urinary tract for adult pediatric and geriatric age group. Patients can expect quality advice on medical and surgical management from highly specialized medical and surgical specialists covering all aspects of urological problems.
Our Core Expertise
- Endoscopic & Laparoscopic urological procedures including Cysoscopy, Pyeloplasty, Nephrectomy
- Medical & Surgical Management of renal stone (Kidney) including LASER
- Medical & Surgical management of Prostate hypertrophy
- Minimally invasive techniques for benign prostatic hyperplasia and other conditions
- Minimally invasive injection therapies and other procedures for incontinence
- Medical and surgical treatment for sexual dysfunction and impotence
- Reconstruction of Urinary tract
Common Conditions We TreatThe Urology Clinic provides expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, including:
- Benign prostate Hypertrophy (BPH)
- Haematuria (Blood in urine / semen)
- Urinary Incontinence (Male & Female)
- Urinary infection (Cystitis)
- Kidney/ Ureter stone treatment
- Urethral stricture
- Paediatric urology including circumcision, orchidopexy
- Testicular / Scrotal problems
- Congenital urological disorders-undescended testis, Hypospedias
- Erectile dysfunction
- Male infertility
- Urological cancers like Bladder cancer, Kidney cancer, Penile cancer, Prostate cancer, Testicular cancer
- Voiding and lower urinary tract symptoms
Symptoms of Urinary Tract Infection
Urinary infections usually present with increased frequency of passing urine, an inability to wait when the urge to pass urine comes, and burning or pain during micturition. These symptoms may be associated with fever, and dirty or smelly urine. There may be blood in the urine.
What Should I Do if I Develop the Symptoms of Urinary Infection?
Drink plenty of fluids, and report to the doctor. Doctor will usually send a sample of urine for testing and start you on an antibiotic. After control of infection he may investigate you further with an ultrasonogram to exclude structural abnormalities which cause urinary infection. Once a cause has been found appropriate treatment will be given.
What is the Surgical Management for a Renal Stone?
Surgery is not usually necessary. Most kidney stones can pass through the urinary system with plenty of water - 2 to 3 quarts a day.
Surgery may be needed to remove a kidney stone if it
- Does not pass after a reasonable period of time and causes constant pain
- Is too large to pass on its own or is caught in a difficult place
- Grown larger or blocks the flow of urine
- Causes an ongoing urinary tract infection
- Damages kidney tissue or causes constant bleeding
Today, treatment for these kidney stones is greatly improved, and many options do not require major open surgery such as Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy, Laparoscopic ureteroscopic stone removal, Percuteneous nephrolithotomy