We provide professional support in Urology.
In Gazi Hospital Urology Departments, it provides high
quality urological examination, examination and treatment services to adult and
pediatric patients with its health personnel who follow the dynamic and
developments. Doctors working in the urology department aimed to provide
competent urology services by using their clinical experience, knowledge based
on scientific studies and research.
It will be sufficient to call the ALO
Gazi Hospital at 0212 650 18 19 to meet with our
physicians in these departments .
Apart from routine operations such as prostate and bladder TUR surgeries, open
and closed stone surgeries (ureteroscopy), stone breaking (ESWL) treatment, the
department is a leader in urology in terms of intensive medical service
provided in urological cancer surgeries, pediatric urology surgeries,
urodynamics and male sexual dysfunctions. It is in the center position.
Current drug and surgical treatment methods (TUR-Plasma
Kinetics) are used in the treatment of urinary disorders related to prostate
enlargement (BPH). In addition, intensive studies are carried out in areas
related to prostate health such as prostate cancer screening and treatment of
All modern surgical and medical methods are used in the
treatment of urological cancer diseases in the Urology departments of Gazi
Hospital. In the department, other urological oncology surgeries such as
kidney and testicular cancer are performed by an experienced urologist. In
some urological cancer cases, they are referred to the relevant departments for
medical oncology and radiotherapy departments.
In Gazi Hospital, endoscopic (closed system) surgeries
with high technology possibilities are frequently applied in the treatment of
urinary system stone disease.
In addition to surgical treatment, it is possible to
treat stones without anesthesia and in an outpatient setting with the stone
breaking method (ESWL). Urology department is one of the leading centers
in terms of experience in endourological treatment (ureterorenoscopy) of stone
The urodynamics unit provides detailed diagnostic
examination of problems related to incontinence and urination, which can be
seen in men and women of all ages. Urodynamic studies and modern
uro-radiological methods are used in the diagnosis and follow-up of all types
of urinary incontinence problems in both adult and pediatric patients, such as
nocturnal wetting in children or urinary incontinence disorders in women and
myelodysplasia (spina bifida) patients.
Examination, examination and treatment possibilities for
erectile and ejaculation problems, which are called erectile dysfunction in
men, and male infertility, which are defined as male infertility, are planned
together with other branches of medicine.
Pediatric urology deals with congenital or acquired
urinary and genital system diseases and their treatment, starting from the
mother’s womb, in the newborn and later periods. Examples of these
diseases are Hydrocele and cord cyst, undescended testicle, circumcision,
emergencies of testicles and bags (acute scrotum and testicular torsion) and
hypospadias. Surgical repair of hypospadias (congenital urine outlet lower
than the normal location) is one of the special areas of the urology
department. Both the primary repair of hypospadias and the surgical
treatment of previously operated but unsuccessful cases can be performed.
Shock waves emanating from a focus are directed onto the
stone, breaking the stone. There are ESWL devices that focus with X-ray
and ultrasound. Broken stone fragments are excreted through
urine. ESWL cannot be successful in all stones. Success depends on
the type, hardness, size and location of the stone in the urinary
tract. There may be stones that can be broken in a single session or
repetitive sessions may be needed.
Discomfort and pain may be felt during the ESWL
session. For this reason, pain relievers are used before treatment. Most
of the time, there is no need to stay in the hospital after the procedure.
Minimally invasive interventions: The purpose of these
procedures is to get rid of the stone that threatens the urinary system and to
return the patient to daily life as soon as possible. Percutaneous
nephrolithotomy and Ureterolithotripsy are interventions in this group.
If the stone does not fall despite the treatment applied,
if it is in a size that will not fall, if it forms a complete block to prevent
the flow of urine in the urinary tract, if it causes recurrent urinary tract
infection, if it has caused damage to the kidneys, intervention is required.
Previously, open surgery was performed for stone, but
nowadays there is a new approach called minimally invasive interventions. The
aim of these attempts is to eliminate the disease as soon as possible and to
return the patient to his daily life at the earliest. In minimally
invasive procedures, the patient returns to his normal life in the early