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Surgery Experts team provide these type of Urology surgeries

  • Nephrectomy (kidney removal surgery) (Enquire)

  • Prostatectomy (Enquire)

  • Circumcision (Enquire)

  • Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy with nerve sparing technique (Enquire)

  • Laparoscopic hysteropexy and rectopexy (Enquire)

  • Sling placement (price of implant not inclouded) (Enquire)

  • Optical urethrotomy (Enquire)

  • Orhchopexy (Enquire)

  • Varicocelectomy (Enquire)

  • Hydrocelectomy (Enquire)

  • Spermatocelectomy (Enquire)

Nephrectomy (Enquire)

 Nephrectomy is a surgical procedure in which a kidney or a part of a kidney is removed. A nephrectomy is performed if the kidney is severely damaged due to disease or injury or if the kidney is malfunctioned due to congenital conditions. The kidney may become damaged due to cancer, infections or polycystic kidney disease. Urology  experts at Kardiolita hospital provide these type of Nephrectomy:

  •    Simple and Partial Open Nephrectomy

  •    Radical Open Nephrectomy

  •    Laparoscopic Surgery

Prostatectomy (Enquire)

 Prostatectomy is a surgical procedure that is performed to remove a diseased prostate gland. Prostatectomy can also be done to remove an enlarged prostate gland. This is known as simple prostatectomy. When a prostatectomy is performed to treat prostate cancer, it is known as radical prostatectomy. Prostatectomy may be performed by an open surgery method or by laparoscopy. Laparoscopic prostatectomy may be performed either manually or by using robotic approach. This type of laparoscopy is known as robot-assisted prostatectomy.

 Urology Surgery Experts at Kardiolita hospital provide these type of Prostatectomy:

  •  Radical Retropubic Prostatectomy

  •  Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy

  •  Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy

  •  Radical Perineal Prostatectomy

Circumcision (Enquire)

Circumcision is a surgical procedure in which the foreskin (also known as the prepuce) is cut from the penis.

Conditions which circumcision might be used to treat

Phimosis

Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin is constricted and cannot be pulled back over the head of the penis (glans). This condition can be treated with medication, but men who fail to respond to these medications are usually circumcised.

Recurrent balanoposthitis

Balanoposthitis is a recurrent type of infection known as balanitis. It causes inflammation of the glans of the penis. Balanitis affects 3-4% of boys. Around 1% of boys will be affected by recurring balanoposthitis infections, and circumcision is usually done in these recurrent cases. The condition may also affect adults and circumcision is also used to treat men with balanoposthitis.

Paraphimosis

Paraphimosis is a rare condition in which the foreskin gets stuck in its retracted position, that is, after the foreskin is pulled back over the glans of the penis, it cannot be replaced to its usual position. It causes painful constriction of the glans.

Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy with nerve sparing technique (Enquire)

Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy (LRP) is a modern form of radical prostatectomy, an operation for prostate cancer. Contrasted with the original open form of the surgery, laparoscopic radical prostatectomy does not make a large incision. Instead, laparoscopic radical prostatectomy is minimally invasive and relies on modern technologies, such as fiber optics and miniaturization. Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy is not a new treatment for prostate cancer but rather is a modern form of the oldest treatment for prostate cancer.

Laparoscopic hysteropexy and rectopexy (Enquire)

Laparoscopic rectopexy is one of the surgeries used to repair a rectal prolapse. In this surgery, the rectum is restored to its normal position in the pelvis, so that it no longer prolapses (protrudes) through the anus. Usually, stitches are used to secure the rectum, often along with mesh.

Sling placement (Enquire)

Many surgical options have been developed, the difference being how the mesh material is placed under the urethra. Your doctor will recommend which anchoring location is right for you. As disease state and anatomy differs for each patient, outcomes may vary. Urology experts at Kardiolita hospital provides such type of sling placement:

  • Single Incision Sling Placement

  • Pre-pubic Sling Placement

  • Transobturator Sling Placement

  • Retropubic Sling Placement

 After consultation with physician you`ll know what is the best treatment available.

Price of implant not inclouded.

Optical urethrotomy (Enquire)

 This procedure is performed because the urethra (water pipe) has become narrow, usually as a result of previous surgery causing scar tissue or an infection. Symptoms can include pain and difficulty passing urine.

Orhchopexy (Enquire)

Orchiopexy is a procedure in which a surgeon fastens an undescended testicle inside the scrotum, usually with absorbable sutures. It is done most often in male infants or very young children to correct cryptorchidism, which is the medical term for undescended testicles. Orchiopexy is also occasionally performed in adolescents or adults, and may involve one or both testicles. In adults, orchiopexy is most often done to treat testicular torsion, which is a urologic emergency resulting from the testicle's twisting around the spermatic cord and losing its blood supply.

Varicocelectomy (Enquire)

Varicocelectomy is by far the most commonly performed operation for the treatment of male infertility. The goal of treatment of the varicocele is to obstruct the refluxing venous drainage to the testis while maintaining arterial inflow and lymphatic drainage.

Repair of varicocele should halt any further damage to testicular function, and in a large percentage of men, results in improved spermatogenesis as well as enhanced Leydig cell function.

Using a varicocelectomy technique that minimizes the risk of complications and recurrence.

Hydrocelectomy (Enquire)

Hydrocelectomy, also known as hydrocele repair, is a surgical procedure performed to correct a hydrocele. A hydrocele is an accumulation of peritoneal fluid in a membrane called the tunica vaginalis, which covers the front and sides of the male testes. Hydroceles occur because of defective absorption of tissue fluid or irritation of the membrane leading to overproduction of fluid. In addition to filling the tunic vaginalis, the fluid may also fill a portion of the spermatic duct (epididymis) in the scrotum.

Spermatocelectomy (Enquire)

 A spermatocelectomy is an operation to remove a spermatocele from the epididymis of a testicle. An incision is made in the scrotum and the testicle with its attached spermatocele is lifted out. The spermatocele is then removed from the epididymis and any bleeding areas are sealed off.

An epididymal cystectomy is an operation to remove the cyst from the epididymis. The operation is performed in exactly the same way as a spermatocelectomy.

Surgery Experts is chosen by many International patients for Urology surgery because:

  • ZERO MRSA infections (compared to 8%+ in the UK and other European countries)
  • No waiting lists
  • Leading medical professionals
  • Advanced and effective methods for diagnostics and treatment
  • Personalized care of outstanding quality
  • English speaking personal medical manager and doctors
  • Close to the Scandinavian and other European countries – short and inexpensive trip
  • Further rehabilitation possibilities in the finest resorts of Lithuania
  • Prices significantly lower than in the Scandinavian and other EU countries

Prices for Urology surgeries

 

Procedures Price from

Nephrectomy (kidney removal surgery)

3500 EUR

Prostatectomy

3500 EUR

Circumcision

945 EUR

Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy with nerve sparing technique

4112 EUR

Laparoscopic hysteropexy and rectopexy

1780 EUR

Sling placement (price of implant not inclouded)

7000 EUR

Optical urethrotomy

1350 EUR

Orhchopexy

1230 EUR

Varicocelectomy

1300 EUR

Hydrocelectomy

1120 EUR

Spermatocelectomy

 1120 EUR

Other urology surgery

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Surgery Experts is chosen by many International patients for neurosurgery because:

  • ZERO MRSA infections (compared to 8%+ in the UK and other European countries)
  • No waiting lists
  • Leading medical professionals
  • Advanced and effective methods for diagnostics and treatment
  • Personalized care of outstanding quality
  • English speaking personal medical manager and doctors
  • Close to the Scandinavian and other European countries – short and inexpensive trip
  • Further rehabilitation possibilities in the finest resorts of Lithuania
  • Prices significantly lower than in the Scandinavian and other EU countries

Have questions? Call us at +370 6128 4670, or email at contact@surgeryexperts.eu

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