UROLOGY and genital surgery

Urology is a science that deals with diseases of the urinary tract and male genitalia. It most commonly treats patients with problems with the prostate, bladder, kidney stones, and urinary tract tumors.

The procedures in our clinic are:

  • Removal of excess scrotal skin - Reduction of the scrotum
    Scrotal reduction is the removal of excess scrotal skin.
  • Vasectomy - Sterilization of a man
    Vasectomy - Sterilization of a man is a surgical procedure in which the vas deferens is cut in the area of ​​the scrotum on both sides.
  • ED - Erectile dysfunction
    Erectile dysfunction (ED) is defined as a condition characterized by the hardness of the genital limb itself being difficult to establish and / or difficult to maintain sufficiently to allow satisfactory penetrating sexual intercourse.
  • Frenulum section (frenulotomy)
    Frenulum section (frenulotomy) is the rupture of the short skin of the frenulum on the penis.
  • Hydrocele (watery hernia) surgery
    Testicular hydrocele is the accumulation of serum fluid around the testicle (watery hernia). It occurs as a result of secretion from the testicular envelope in the scrotum. The envelope is called the tunica vaginalis.
  • Circumcision - circumcision of the penis
    Penile circumcision (circumcision) is the surgical removal of the foreskin of the penis, the skin that covers the head of the penis. At one time, circumcision was performed out of traditional beliefs, but today more and more men are opting for this procedure primarily for health reasons.
  • Peyronie's disease
    Peyronie's disease of the penis is a curvature of the penis that occurs as a result of disease of the connective tissue of the tunica (tunica albuginea) of the breccia body of the penis.
  • Penile curvature - surgical treatment
    Congenital - congenital curvature of the genitals is a condition that characterizes the curved genitals from birth. The most common curvature is ventral, but it can also be dorsal or lateral. With the correction, we help to straighten the genitals, maintain the length of the genitals and establish the appropriate strength that enables satisfactory penetrating sexual intercourse.
  • Foam-scrotal angle
    The penis web or scrotum web is called a condition in which the foam-scrotal angle is shifted along the penile body. The condition can be congenital or it can also be acquired and is most often the result of phimosis (when the skin of the foreskin of the penis cannot be pulled along the glans) or the result of surgical treatment of phimosis - circumcision.


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