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Procedures - Urology

We offer a vast array of all urologic procedures in the convenience of our offices.  These procedures include:

 

CYSTOSCOPY

A diagnostic procedure that uses an endoscope to inspect the inner lining of the bladder

 

URETEROSCOPY

Precedure that uses an endoscope to inspect the ureters

 

PROSTATE BIOPSY

A diagnostic procedure used to evaluate abnormal PSA levels or abnormal rectal exams

 

TURBT-TRANSURETHAL RESECTION OF BLADDER TUMOR

A Surgical procedure that uses the endoscope to enter into and visually inspect the bladder and utilizing plasma vaporization of the bladder tumor.

 

TURP

Also known as "transurethral resection of the prostate" is a procedure in which a uroscope is inserted into the urethra and a portion of the prostate is removed. This is commonly performed to treat BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia or an enlarged prostate) or for prostate cancer.

 

INTERSTIM® STAGE 1 and 2

The initial testing is performed in the office or surgery center and during this first stage, or trial stage, the electrical lead is inserted in the proper position and connected to an external battery.  Over the next week the patient keeps a bladder diary to determine the effectiveness of the device.  If the device works well during the trial stage the battery is then surgically implanted into a pocket made in the upper buttock/low back.

 

UROLIFT

UroLift® is a revolutionary, minimally invasive approach to treating an enlarged prostate, or BPH, that lifts or holds the enlarged prostate tissue out of the way so it no longer blocks the urethra. There is no cutting, heating or removal of prostate tissue.

 

CIRCUMCISION

The surgical removal of foreskin from the penis.

 

LITHOTRIPSY

A procedure typically using ultrasound shock waves to break up kidney stones so they can be passed by the body.

 

HYDROCELE REPAIR

Hydrocele is a type of fluid collection around a testicle that can occur in boys and men resulting in swelling, which can be corrected surgically.