Max Hospitals- The best Hospitals for Urology



Why Max Hospitals?

We at Max Healthcare, offer comprehensive treatment for various urological conditions. Our state-of-the-art facilities specialise in providing services in the areas of urology, uro-oncology, reconstructive urology, robotic surgery, & laparoscopic andrology services, among others.

Some of our exceptional services include Laparoscopic Urological Surgery, Uro-Oncology, Reconstructive surgery of urinary tract, and laser urological procedures. In addition to this, we have also installed the intuitive surgical Da Vinci XI Robotic System to perform highly complex urological procedures like radical cystectomy, radical prostatectomy, and more. All of the urological surgeries are performed laparoscopically to ensure great precision for improved patient outcomes.


Urological Conditions

There are many urological conditions and diseases that can affect a person irrespective of their age and gender. Some of the most common urological conditions are listed below:

  • Urinary-Tract Infections (UTIs)
  • Bladder Stones
  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
  • Bladder Cancer
  • Prostate Cancer

Balanoposthitis refers to a common condition of inflammation that affects both the foreskin and penis glans. It usually affects those who are uncircumcised.

Urinary stones are a mass of minerals that crystallise within the bladder. It can occur if the bladder is not empty after urinating.

Prostate enlargement is a common part of ageing. An enlarged prostate can affect how a person urinates and ejaculates since there is pressure on the urethra. Doctors call this condition Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH).

Shock Wave Lithotripsy (SWL) is one of the most frequently used treatments for stones. High-pressure waves are targeted from outside the body at the stone causing it to break into fragments, which can be passed in urine.

Haematuria refers to the presence of red blood cells in the urine. It is actually a sign that there is a kidney stone, tumour or disease in the urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, prostate, and urethra). Haematuria can be microscopic, where blood cells are visible in urine under a microscope or can be seen in plain vision, and is known as gross haematuria.

Hydrocele is a type of swelling that occurs due to an accumulation of fluids in the membrane that surrounds the scrotum. It is common among infants but it can affect adolescents and adults.

Laparoscopic urologic surgery is a minimally invasive procedure that makes use of a few small incisions through which a thin tube with a light & camera are inserted. Surgical tools are also inserted in these incisions to conduct surgery. Laparoscopic surgery results in shorter hospital stays, smaller post-operative scars, fewer complications, is less painful and ensures faster recovery. It is a newer alternative to traditional open surgery.

Overactive bladder is a condition that causes frequent and urgent need to urinate. It is a name for a group of urinary symptoms. Overactive bladder is often accompanied by incontinence (loss of bladder control). Overactive bladder can occur due to a problem with the nerve signals between the brain and the bladder or due to overactive muscles in the bladder.

This is a condition where organs in the pelvic areas fall down or slip out of place due to weak muscles or increased pressure. The organs can protrude through the vagina or the anus and may need to be pushed back into place or require surgery to correct it.

Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin is too tight to retract and cannot reveal the head of the penis. It usually affects infants and those who are uncircumcised.

Prostatitis refers to a group of conditions that may cause inflammation of the prostate gland and the area around it. Prostatitis can affect urination. Acute prostatitis is a medical emergency and requires immediate attention.

Retrograde ejaculation refers to the condition where semen drains into the bladder rather than being pushed out of the tip of the penis during an orgasm. It is also known as a dry orgasm and is a fertility condition.

A hernia occurs when a part of an organ or tissue protrudes through a weak spot in the surrounding muscle or cavity. An umbilical hernia refers to the condition where a section of the intestine protrudes from an opening or a weak area in the abdominal muscles near the navel. Umbilical hernias generally occur in infants, but can also affect adults.

A varicocele refers to the enlarged blood vessels inside the scrotal sac. It can cause failure to provide the required blood to the reproductive organs. It only occurs specifically in the scrotum and is very similar to varicose veins. It usually affects adolescents and adult men.

Why Max Hospital for Urology?

We have the latest technologies and approach to offer holistic treatment and are considered as one of the best Urology Hospitals in India.

Real Patients, Real Stories

Millions of patients over 145 countries trust Max Hospitals, India

Robotic Surgery: Success Story | Woman Recovers from a Pelvic Mass | Max Hospital, Patparganj

Mamta was found to have a pelvic mass near her uterus after she complained of vaginal and urinary problems. The mass was causing problems to her bladder, uterus, and ureter. Dr. Pawan Kesarwani and Dr. Shailesh Chandra Sahay consulted radiologists and their team and decided to remove the pelvic mass using robotic surgery for minimal impact. At Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj, we conduct experts from different departments to devise a treatment plan that will lead to faster recovery.

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