BCG: Bacillus Calmette-Guerin Therapy
Intravesical immunotherapy used for treating bladder cancer.
An x-ray exam to evaluate bladder cancer, vesicoureteral reflux, bladder polyps and hydronephrosis.
Hormone deprivation injection to help treat prostate cancer.
Testosterone replacement therapy where cylinder-shaped pellets are inserted under the skin to treat low testosterone.
A series of tests that gives your doctor a detailed look at how well your bladder and urethra are storing and releasing urine.
A simple, safe procedure that prevents the release of sperm when a man ejaculates.
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A procedure using a thin tube with a camera and light on the end (cystoscope) to see inside the urinary tract and bladder.
Cystoscopy with hydrodistention
Procedure using a cystoscope to look inside the bladder after slowly filling it with fluid (hydrodistention). This is used to diagnose and treat interstitial cystitis.
Cystoscopy with urethral dilation
Dilating (stretching) the urethra to treat stricture (narrowing) or help pass the cystoscope.
TRUSP - Transrectal Ultrasound of the Prostate with Biopsies
Samples of prostate tissue are taken and examined under a microscope. Doctors use this test to diagnose prostate cancer.
The UroLift® System
treatment offers rapid, lasting relief from BPH. Tiny implants are used to hold open the obstructed pathway that blocks urine flow. Unlike medications, the UroLift System treatment addresses the blockage directly, offering a mechanical solution to a mechanical problem.
Most men living with BPH symptoms take prescription medications after they’re diagnosed, although these often don’t provide adequate relief and may cause dizziness, fatigue, and sexual dysfunction.
The UroLift System is a treatment option for men looking for relief from BPH symptoms. It does not require ongoing medication, heating, cutting or removal of prostate tissue, and the UroLift System treatment typically takes less than one hour.
Uronav Fusion Biopsy
Imaging is used in combination with biopsy to diagnose prostate cancer.
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Removal of the entire adrenal gland.
Artificial Urinary Sphincter
Placement of a synthetic valve around the urinary channel (urethra) to correct urinary incontinence.
Removal of foreskin covering the head of the penis.
Cystectomy with Urinary Diversion
Removal of the entire urinary bladder along with the prostate, seminal vesicles, and part of the vas deferens. (for men)
- Neobladder: uses part of the small intestine to create an entirely new bladder.
- Continent Pouch: Much like a neobladder, a continent pouch holds urine like the original bladder, but the patient must drain urine through a small hole in the abdomen.
- Illeal Conduit: connects part of the small intestine to the ureters.
Removal of the bladder and prostate. (for men)
Procedure to remove the epididymis. (for men)
Removal of a hydrocele as well as a spermatocele (if present) from the scrotum. (for men)
- ESWL Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy: shock waves sent from outside the body are targeted at a kidney stone causing the stone to break into tiny pieces.
- Litholapaxy: crushing bladder stones and washing out the fragments.
- Percutaneous nephrolithotomy: minimally-invasive procedure to remove stones from the kidney by making a small cut in the back or side and using a tube to reach the stones.
- Ureteroscopy: removal of kidney stones using a thin tube (ureteroscope) that is passed through the urethra and the bladder, and then directly into the ureter.
Removal of the renal pelvis, kidney and entire ureter, along with the bladder cuff. This is for patients who have transitional cell cancer of the upper urinary tract or transitional epithelium.
Synthetic mesh placed in the groin area to treat urinary incontinence in men.
Removal of testicle. (for men)
Procedure to bring an undescended testicle from the groin or the abdomen down into the scrotum.
Removal of small tumor while preserving the rest of the kidney.
A medical device implanted in the penis and used to treat erectile dysfunction. (for men)
Removal of the entire prostate along with the seminal vesicles, the vas deferens and the tissues around it. (for men)
Procedure to repair blockages in the ureter, called uretero-pelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction, that occur near the kidney.
Removal of entire kidney.
Placement of Sacral Nerve Stimulator
Introduction of gentle, soothing stimulation or pulsation to the nerves which control bladder function and the muscles of the pelvis.
Repairing pelvic organ prolapse.
TOT Transobturator Tape
Supports the bladder and corrects stress incontinence.
TURBT Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumor
se of a scope to remove tumors from the bladder. This procedure helps diagnose bladder cancer.
TURP Transurethral Resection of Prostate
Procedure where excess prostate tissue is trimmed to restore urine flow. This is used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
Removal of varicocele. (for men)