Department of Surgical Urology

Head of the department - Zaal Kvirikashvili.

 

The Department of Surgical Urology is equipped with the latest generation laparoscopic kit from STORZ and OLYMPUS and modern endoscopic equipment.

Symptoms of urological disease include:

  • Frequent urination;
  • Bloody admixture in urine;
  • Urinary retention;
  • Deterioration of general condition, etc.

These are complaints that patients may leave unattended. As the first symptoms appear it is essential for patients to address a physician for consultation, make tests to diagnose the disease at an early stage.

The Department conducts outpatient procedures:

  • Cystoscopy with biopsy - the latest flexible video cystoscopy on an outpatient basis;
  • Transrectal ultrasound- guided targeted prostate biopsy;
  • Biopsy of tumors of different localization;
  • Urinary catheterization, stenting;
  • Suprapubic cystostomy (Epistystostomy).

 

The Department of Surgical Urology carries out:

  • Modern oncology surgeries;
  • Urological surgeries;
  • Laparoscopic surgeries;
  • Open surgeries.

Kidney cancer:

  • Open and laparoscopic nephrectomy;
  • Organ- preserving kidney resection;
  • Excision of the adrenal gland.

 

Bladder cancer:

  • Transurethral resection;
  • Radical and modified;
  • Cystectomy with lymphadenectomy;
  • Enterocystoplasty.

 

Tumors of seminal glands and external genitalia:

  • removal of seminal glands
  • Reproperitoneal (paraaortic) lymphadenectomy;
  • Amputation of the external genitalia;
  • lymphadenectomy of groin area (inguinal lymph nodes)
  • Pelvic lymphadenectomy.

 

Prostate cancer:

  • Laparoscopic prostatectomy;
  • Benign prostate tumors (adenoma) - transcutaneous resection with bipolar resectoscope;

 

Radical surgical treatment of pelvic tumors:

  • Locally spread tumors;
  • Combined surgeries;
  • Restoration-reconstruction;
  • Radical surgical treatment of reproperitoneal, tumors of the abdomen and small pelvis.

 

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