Cystoscopy – bladder scope test
A cystoscopy is a procedure used to help diagnose urinary issues, tumors, kidney stones, and cancer. During the test, the specialist inserts a tiny tube into the bladder through the urethra.
During a circumcision, the specialist removes the foreskin of the penis with a scalpel, then the leftover skin is sutured. This procedure can be performed for medical reasons such as phimosis and balanitis.
Orchiopexy – Undescended testicle surgery
Surgery for undescended testicle is known as orchiopexy. During the procedure, the urologist moves back the testicle into the scrotum.
A prostate biopsy is a minimally invasive treatment in which the specialist takes a small sample of prostate tissue with a probe and a needle. This test aids in the diagnosis of prostate.
Urethral stenosis – Urethroplasty
Urethral stenosis is a narrowing of the urethra. Surgical treatment consists of reconstructing the urethra to allow a better urine flow.
Varicocele is a swelling of the veins surrounding the prostate. The affected veins are removed during surgery to restore appropriate blood flow.