Most Advanced Urology Treatment by Dr. Kumar Rajesh Ranjan in Patna
A wide range of services are provided by Satyadev Urology to patients with various urological diseases in order to prevent, diagnose, treat, and care for them. In addition to treating patients with urinary incontinence, kidney stones, urinary tract infections, sexual dysfunction, early ejaculation, urethral stones, pelvic floor issues, kidney, prostate, and bladder cancer, kidney transplants, vasectomies, and traumatic urinary tract injuries, our team of urologists also performs surgery.
We are involved in evaluating the prostate, kidney, bladder, testes, penis, urethra, and their related glands for structure, function, and issues. Every day, patients with voiding and sexual problems as well as genitourinary organ injuries sustained as a result of knife and gun violence are seen in consultations.
We record and examine the patients' medical histories, order the proper diagnostic tests, including the PSA for prostate cancer screening, analyze the data, establish a precise diagnosis, and create tailored treatment programmes.
We frequently employ a variety of devices and tools, including radiographic (X-ray) machines, MRI scanners, CT scanners, ultrasound machines, fluoroscopes, cystoscopes, catheters, radium emanation tubes, and diathermy machines.
Depending on the ailment, the severity of the symptoms, the area affected, and the patient's preferences, we provide treatment. We regularly do abdominal, pelvic, and retroperitoneal surgery as well as brachytherapy, high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU), photodynamic treatment, laser-based procedures, extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy, and robot-assisted surgery. In order to improve treatment outcomes, we may also prescribe medicine for certain illnesses or suggest behavioral and lifestyle adjustments.
Treating kidney and urethral stones
We often perform several tests to identify the stone in patients who present to our emergency department with terrible flank pain or discomfort associated with a stone. To confirm the existence, position, and size of the stone, a CT scan is frequently employed. When a patient has a tiny stone, they are frequently discharged with pain medication as well as instructions on how to properly hydrate themselves and pass the stone. The patients are also given advice on how to handle the stone after it has been removed.
With this knowledge, we are able to suggest suitable dietary precautions for preventing stone recurrence, such as limiting the consumption of excessive salt and animal protein and increasing the amount of fluids. In order to dissolve or remove bigger stones from the urinary tract, we may choose to use more intrusive therapies. The kind, size, and position of the stone all affect the treatment strategy.
Prostate-related disorders in men, such as BPH and prostate cancer, must be diagnosed and treated using a variety of methods. At AUI, we routinely do the PSA (prostate-specific antigen) test to determine if males with urinary symptoms such pelvic pain, voiding issues, and blood in the urine have a prostate issue.
We are able to lower the risk of advanced disease and the likelihood of prostate cancer death by PSA screening. However, we are always careful to use the test in the correct patients and at the right time in order to optimize the benefits and prevent unnecessary harm.
To check the size and structure of the prostate gland, we frequently utilize rectal and prostate ultrasound. To determine the type and size of a tumor when one is suspected, we may put a flexible cystoscope through the patient or perform a CT or MRI scan. Prostate biopsies are frequently used to detect aberrant prostate cells or confirm prostate cancer.
A local anesthetic is used to keep the patient asleep during the treatment. From the location of the worrisome lesion or growth, the doctor takes a series of biopsy cores and sends them to the lab for analysis. Once BPH or cancer has been determined, the appropriate course of treatment is set up, including brachytherapy, TURP (transurethral resection of prostate), or prostatectomy (done by laparoscopic or robot-assisted surgery).
To know more about how to prevent or treat kidney related issues visit Satyadev Super Speciality Hospital and meet Dr. Kumar Rajesh Ranjan.