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Our experienced consultants can screen for, diagnose and treat urinary tract symptoms such as:
Get rapid access to a cystoscopy at our Nuffield Health Hospital's. Our experienced urologists all specialise in this diagnostic procedure.
Many men from the age of 50 upwards experience bladder discomfort as a result of an enlarged prostate gland.
Also known as a testicular screen, this ultrasound can help diagnose medical conditions in the testicles.
Female urology specialists treat many disorders of the bladder and pelvic floor.
HoLEP is a minimally invasive procedure that removes tissue from your prostate that is causing obstruction.
If you have problems with your urinary tract, your consultant may order an intravenous pyelogram (IVP).
Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy is a form of keyhole surgery for prostate cancer.
If your pelvic floor disease symptoms do not respond to conservative treatment your consultant may recommend surgery for pelvic floor repair.
Photoselective Vaporisation of Prostate using a laser is a minimally invasive procedure for the treatment of non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland.
A prostate resection involves removing prostate tissue to relieve the pressure on your urethra.
Prostate surgery involves reducing the size of the prostate gland.
A radical prostatectomy is the removal of the entire prostate gland, sometimes with the nearby lymphatic glands.
TURBT uses a resectoscope to access and operate on the bladder via the urethra.