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Urology Department - Tanfer

Urology Department

Urology Department

In our urology departments, various diseases including male fertility, kidney and urinary tract disorders, prostate disorders, sexually transmissible diseases, sexual function disorders (erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation etc.) are treated. Varicocele surgery procedure, which is applied in the treatment of male infertility in our hospital, is one of the treatment methods with high success rate for couples who cannot have children.

Within the scope of urooncology;

  • Greenlight Method
  • Prostatic hyperplasia
  • Prostate cancer
  • Bladder tumors
  • Ovarian-testicular tumors
  • Renal and adrenal tumors

Within the scope of Andrologia;

  • Causes of male infertility
  • Sexual dysfunctions
  • Sexually transmissible diseases

Within the scope of urogynecology; 

  • Urinary problems in women
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Bladder prolapse

Within the scope of urology;

  • Urinary tract abnormalities
  • Testicular problems, undescended testicle, swelling etc.
  • Enuresis

Within the scope of neurourology;

  • Bladder diseases of neurological origin
  • Urinary problems associated with paralysis

Within the scope of endourology;

  • Endoscopic examination of urinary tracts and bladder diseases
  • Endoscopic prostate, bladder, urinary tract operations
  • Opening of urethral strictures

Most common diseases and their treatments

Prostatic hyperplasia

Prostatic hyperplasia is one of the most important age-related male-specific disorders. It occurs in 60 of every 100 men over 50 years old. This prostatic hyperplasia includes “benign” hyperplasia. Malign hyperplasia means “prostate cancer”.

Early diagnosis is very important in prostate diseases. Early diagnosis increases the success rate of treatment.

 

Urinary complaints such as thamuria, difficulty urinating, sudden need to urinate, reduced urine flow, intermittent urination, urine dripping may be related with prostatic hyperplasia.

Prostatic hyperplasia is diagnosed with examinations and tests based on these findings.

Solution: At early and certain stage, drug treatment may give positive results. At advance stage and in case of malignant hyperplasia, surgical treatment is required. Prostate hyperplasia surgeries are carried out with laparascopic method and the patient can return back to normal life in a short period of time.

Hematuria

Hematuria or blood determined in the urine test is generally considered as a precursor of diseases such as kidney or bladder stone, tumor or inflammation of kidney.

If blood is determined in the urine, it should be admitted a physician with no time delay and the cause of the bleeding using necessary analysis should be identified.

Solution: Location and cause of the bleeding can be identified and treated using endoscopic methods.

Stone diseases

Kidney and urinary tract stones are among major health problems. Failure to identify and treat stones in a timely manner may lead to renal dysfunction.

Solution: At early stage, medication may provide positive outcomes. At advanced stages, stones are broken using shock waves extracorporeally or using endoscopic methods, and thus, they are excreted out the body. Anyone who passed a kidney stone is under the risk of stone recurrence. Stone recurrence can be prevented by measures advised by the physician.

Male infertility

Infertility may be associated with various causes. Childhood and adolescence period diseases with related to testes, sperm ducts and hormones may damage to the sperm production and quality.

Parents should get their son’s testicles and their maturity in later years checked in order to determine any congenital problems.

Solution: The causes of male infertility are identified by examinations, sperm analysis and ultrasound examinations, and necessary treatments are carried out.

Appointment Form of Urology Department

  

Polyclinic Hours

 

Monday-Friday:
09.00 – 18.00
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Saturday:
09.00 – 14.00