Yashoda Hospital’s Uro-Oncology Unit specializes in the diagnosis, and treatment of urologic cancer including bladder, prostate, penis kidney, and testicular cancer. If you or a loved one is facing this type of diagnosis, a compassionate team of professionals at Yashoda is here to offer you expertise, support and hope.
Yashoda Hospital brings cutting-edge surgical techniques and compassionate care to diagnosing and treating cancers of the genitourinary system. Specialists from surgery, medicine, radiation therapy, radiology, pathology, and nursing provide a patient-centric treatment plan for patients with cancer to help you navigate this challenging journey.
Why Choose Yashoda Hospital Uro-Oncology Unit?
Our surgical speciality mainly targets cancers of the reproductive system of males and the urinary tracts of males and females. We design an individualised treatment plan for each patient to make the best treatment available to our patients.
The patients at Yashoda's Department of Urology is benefitted from a comprehensive, disease-based, multi-speciality team of medical oncologists, surgeons, radiation oncologists, histopathologists, molecular pathologists, interventional radiologists, gastroenterologists, nuclear medicine, dietitians, physiotherapists and geneticists.
We provide complete patient care that includes the newest research and treatment options. Our team believes in transparency and thus, openly communicates with you, your loved ones, and other health care providers.
What Is Uro-Oncology?
Urological Oncology is a surgical speciality that focuses on treating and managing the rare urologic cancers of the urinary tract of males and females, and the male reproductive system. The various types of minimally invasive surgical options that come under Urological Oncology use the latest in surgical technology and treatment options for early-stage disease and high-risk cases, post-chemotherapy surgery and consolidative and salvage surgery.
What Conditions Do We Treat Under Uro-Oncology?
Urological Oncology involves treating cancers of the genitourinary tract, including:
What Are The Different Types Of Uro-Oncological Procedures?
The following cancer operations are performed here:
Are You A Candidate For Uro-Oncology?
The doctors at multidisciplinary Uro-oncology centre, at first systematically evaluate the patient who experiences conditions like:
Patients having these above symptoms are diagnosed and treated for the Uro-oncological conditions.
Are There Any Complications Involved?
Some of the significant risk factors associated with Uro-oncology procedures include: