The Urology Department at Kalsekar Hospital in kausa, Mumbra devotes itself to helping you with rapid, accurate diagnosis and immediate, effective treatment for a wide range of urological and genital problems for both males and females. We focus on non-invasive and minimally invasive treatments so that we can give you the best possible results with the minimum amount of discomfort. This department deals with treatment & diagnosis of diseases related to kidney ,including electrolyte disorder, and urinary tracts, reproductive tracts and bladder urethra and male reproductive organ etc.
Over half of all men are affected by prostate problems at some point in their lives, with illnesses ranging from enlarged prostate to prostatitis to prostate cancer. All of these disorders can be uncomfortable, painful and even life threatening. With a wide range of treatment options to cover all stages of disease, our urologists bring you relief using drug therapy, minimally invasive laser treatment and surgery.
Multiple options for a painful problem: A common disorder, kidney stones are now easier to diagnose and treat. Drug therapy, non-invasive shockwave lithotripsy. endoscopic and percutaneous removal are among the many options available at Kalsekar Hospital.
Bladder Cancer and Bladder Disorders
Hi-tech diagnosis: Using CT imaging, non-invasive scans help identify the scope of the problem. Cystoscopy provides more detailed analysis through real time visualization of the urinary system and tissue sampling for lab testing.
Targeted treatment: Our Urology Center possesses the expertise to perform radical cystectomy with a neobladder system, carefully removing the diseased bladder and creating a new one to restore normal bladder function. Our surgeons are also skilled in transurethral resection, which removes abnormal tissue from the bladder or prostate.
A common problem affecting both men and women. Diagnosis techniques at the Urology Center include urodynamic analysis (to measure pressure, flow and volume of urine as it leaves your bladder) and radiographic analysis to view the bladder and urinary system using x-rays. Treatment follows to improve bladder control and help regain confidence.
Our expert surgeons correct deformities or obstructions caused by injury, cancer or congenital defects. Restoring functionality to the urogenital system as naturally as possible is always the goal.
Infections of the urinary tract or sexual organs can be painful and have serious side effects. The Urology Center provides accurate diagnosis and effective, targeted treatment.
Dr. Swapnil Topale
MBBS, DNB, GEN Surgeon, PNB, MNAMS CNSLTNT, Urologist,Andrologist,Transplant Surgeon
Timings : Mon to Sat 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (Private)
Dr. Amit Sharma
MBBS, MS, MCH(UROLOGY), DNB(UROLOGY) Urologist
Timings : Tue & Sat 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (Private)
Dr. Rohan Raju
MBBS,Mch in Urology, Urologist
Timings : Mon to Sat 4:00 PM (Private)
Urology department of Kalsekar hospital provides all kinds of advanced investigative and surgical treatments. Well qualified and experienced consultants are available round the clock to serve urology patients.
Endoscopic procedures for prostate, bladder, renal stones, ureteric stones and ESW
- TURP – Trans Urethral Resection of Prostate
- URS – Uretero Reno Scopy
- PCNL –Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy
- VIU – Visual Internal Urethrotomy
- Flexible Uretero Reno Scopy
- Fully equipped to treat Cancer of the female and male Genito -Urinary tract including Radiotherapy and chemotherapy
- Female Urology like stress incontinence
- Treatment for Paediatric Urological conditions
- Reconstructive Urology
- Special Clinics like Stone Clinic, Prostate Clinic
- State of the art Urodynamics diagnostic test for dysfunctional bladder and lower urinary symptoms
- Laparoscopic Procedures
- Management of infertility and sexual dysfunctions.
- All diagnostic blood and urine tests.
Shock Wave Lithotripsy (SWL) is the most common treatment for kidney stones at Kalsekar hospital. Shock waves from outside the body are targeted at a kidney stone causing the stone to fragment. The stones are broken into tiny pieces.
lt is sometimes called ESWL: Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy.