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  • Kidney cancer is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition that affects millions of people worldwide. While certain risk factors for kidney cancer, such as genetics and family history, are beyond our control, there are proactive steps individuals can take to reduce their risk. By understanding the potential causes and adopting healthy lifestyle choices, it is possible to lower the chances of developing kidney cancer. Quit Smoking: Smoking is a significant risk factor for developing kidney cancer. For individuals who smoke, quitting is one of the most effective ways to reduce

  • Radical nephrectomy with IVC thrombectomy is an operation to remove kidney cancer and tumor thrombus from inferior vena cava ( largest blood vessel in human body). This operation is with curative intent and complete cancer is removed from body . Kidney Cancer RCC IVC thrombectomy Renaltumor

  • [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Kidney stones are one of the most common urinary tract problems. Each year, more than half a million people go to emergency rooms because of them. Most kidney stones are small and pass out of the body without causing any problems. But some kidney stones are large and can get stuck in the urinary tract, causing pain and other problems.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text] What are kidney stones? [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Kidney stones are small, hard objects that form in the kidneys. The stones can range in size from a grain of sand to a golf ball.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text] What causes kidney stones? [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Kidney

  • Testicular cancer is the growth of abnormal cells in the tissue of a testicle. It is most common in men between 20 to 35. The development of cancerous cells in both testicles can occur but is very rare. What are the types of testicular cancer? There are two primary types of testicular cancers based on which germ cells cancer arises these are seminoma and non-seminoma. Seminoma arises from germ cells, grows slowly, and stays. 30 to 40 per cent of testicular cancers are seminomas. Non-seminoma evolves from more mature germ cells. These tend to be

  • Overview of urological cancers Urologic cancers are the cancers that occur in the organs of the urinary tract and the male reproductive tract. It can affect organs like kidneys, ureter, bladder, urethra, and in men the penis, prostate and testicles. Types of urologic cancers: Following are some types of urologic cancers Bladder cancer: Bladder cancer is one of the most common urological cancer. It occurs when bladder cells grow abnormally. It is more common in men than women. Bladder cancer is more common in older men who are age 60 or older. Symptom of

  • What is the Penile Cancer? Penile cancer is an unnatural growth of cells on the skin or in the tissues of the penis. 95% of penile cancers are squamous cell carcinoma. This is slow-growing cancer in its early stage and the patient doesn't cause any symptoms in this stage. The symptoms can be noticed in an advanced stage. Many patients also ignore the symptoms and try to treat themselves with skin creams and medications. Till the patient get a consultation from the doctor the situation gets worsen. A delay in diagnosis and therapy

  • Urine is made up of water, salt and chemicals like (urea and uric acid). The colour of urine depends upon how diluted the urochrome pigment is. The colour changes could be due to foods, medications or food dyes. But in other cases, these colour changes could be an indication of health problems that you should not ignore like a liver condition, urinary infection or kidney stones. Hence it is important to pay attention to changes in colour. If you are experiencing a colour change, make an appointment with your urology doctor. The

  • When blockage in the urinary tract occurs, the bladder doesn’t empty all the way when you urinate. This condition is known as urinary retention. Urinary retention can be acute (sudden) or chronic (long-term). Acute urinary retention comes on quickly and it could be severe. Whereas chronic urinary retention is a condition of retention for a longer period. If you have an acute form of urinary retention, you need to see a urologist right away. Chronic urinary retention mostly happens in older men, but it can also occur in women. What causes chronic urinary

  • Retroperitoneal fibrosis also known as a Ormond’s disease is a rare condition that occurs when excess fibrous tissue develops in the retroperitoneal area (space behind stomach and intestine) which  It causes a mass to form. This often causes compression and blockage of the ureters, which are the tubes that carry urine from your kidneys to your bladder. Hence urine comes back to ureters.  Urine backs up in the ureters can build up harmful materials in blood, and kidney damage can result. Retroperitoneal fibrosis,  if left untreated, can cause kidney failure

  • Bladder cancer occurs when cells of the bladder grow abnormally. The most common risk factors of bladder cancer are age, race, gender, exposure to certain chemicals, and having a family history of the disease etc. Let's have a look at the most common risk factors of bladder cancer: 1. Smoking:  Smokers have twice the risk of getting cancer as compared to non-smokers. It is one of the major risk factors for bladder cancer. During smoking, some cancer-causing chemicals present in cigarettes enter into our bloodstream through the lungs. These chemicals are then filtered by

  • Kidney cancer is one of the topmost common cancers in India found in both men and women. Here are some myths and facts about kidney cancer. Myth: Kidney cancer mainly affects youngsters. Fact:  Study shows that one-third of the total no. of cases of kidney cancer are young people. It is due to changing lifestyle and food habits. Myth: Smoking increases the risk of kidney cancer. Fact: True. Smoking doubles the risk of kidney cancer. Near about 30% of kidney cancers in men and about 25% in women are due to smoking. Myth: Kidney cancer mainly occur in women. Fact: No. Kidney

  • People with type 2 diabetes, most of the time, have to suffer from Urinary tract problems like frequency and urgency of urination, sexual dysfunction and kidney health. This is due to the damage to nerves that support the structures of the urinary tract and the effects of high levels of glucose (sugar) in the blood. These problems differ from patient to patient. The most common urinary tract problems in type 2 diabetes patient are - Bladder dysfunction, urinary tract infections, sexual dysfunction, and kidney disease. Bladder Dysfunction: It is the most common problem

  • [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Kidneys perform an important function of filtering the blood and remove toxins from your body. Kidney failure occurs when kidneys lose their ability to sufficiently filter waste from your blood. Factors that can interfere with kidney function are: Toxic exposure to environmental pollutants or certain medications Certain acute and chronic diseases Severe dehydration Kidney trauma But the best thing is kidney failure can be prevented by following some simple lifestyle modifications. Let's see what are the the tips to prevent kidney failure – 11 tips for preventing kidney failure Most kidney failures occur due

  • Urethritis is inflammation and swelling of the urethra (tube that carries urine from the bladder to outside the body). It causes pain or difficulty when urinating. The main causes of urethritis are bacteria, virus or chemical irritant. Urethritis and urinary tract infection (UTI) are totally different conditions. Urethritis is something related to urethra only whereas UTI usually affects the whole of the urinary tract. It can be transmitted through unprotected sex. A woman with vaginal infection can pass it on to a male partner. Both men and women can develop urethritis. Symptoms in

  • Benign Prostate Hyperplasia commonly known as benign prostate enlargement is a is the most common prostate problem in men in which the prostate gland is enlarged and not cancerous. The prostate gland is located directly beneath the bladder and in front of the rectum. The urethra passes through the prostate, so if the prostate becomes enlarged, it can keep urine or semen from passing through the urethra. What are symptoms of BPH? An enlarged prostate can block either one or both bladder. Feeling of urgency to urinate is the most common symptom

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