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Reconstructive Urology

We provide reconstructive surgery for various congenital and acquired urological malformations. These complex, reconstructive procedures include neo-bladder formation, ileal conduit creation and urethroplasty.

Reconstructive Urology

Reconstructive urology is a highly specialized branch of urology that deals with surgical treatment for the restoration and repair of urological organs (urinary and genital tract) damaged by diseases.

Reconstructive urology surgery can help patients with conditions such as birth defects, cancer, neurological disorders, male and female incontinence, strictures, scar tissue in the urinary tract organs, and pelvic floor prolapse. Reconstructive urology can also help repair traumatic injuries to the kidney, ureter, bladder, and genitals.

Common Conditions That Are Treated With Reconstructive Surgery Include:
  • Male and female incontinence: Inability to control urination due to weak bladder
  • Female pelvic organ prolapse: Drop of pelvic organs from their normal position due to weak
    underlying supportive muscles and tissues
  • Urethral strictures and trauma: Narrowing of urethra due to poorly managed trauma
  • Bladder dysfunction: Problems in filling up and emptying of bladder due to highly active or weak
    bladder muscles
Some of the major reconstructive surgeries include:
  • Genital reconstruction to treat disease or loss of genital skin
  • Urethral surgery to correct problems with urination
  • Penile implants to repair non-functional penis
  • Vasectomy reversal to regain fertility in men

The type of reconstructive surgery performed is based on your prior surgical history and the exact evaluation of your condition.


Infertility and Andrology

Male infertility is the inability to cause a pregnancy. Male infertility is often due to low sperm count. A semen analysis is often the first step in getting help.

Prostate Disease

The prostate gland is a male reproductive organ that produces fluids that feed and protect sperm cells.The three most common forms of prostate disease