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Urological Cancer Treatments

Urology-Related Cancer and Treatments & Surgeries with Specialist Doctors

Bladder Cancer (TUR and Radical Cystectomy) What is Radical Cystectomy Surgery?

The surgical operation in which the bladder is removed is called radical cystectomy.  During the removal of the entire bladder in men, the fat layer around the bladder and part of the urinary canals are removed. The main reason for the implementation of this procedure is to provide a new way (urinary diversion) for the outflow of urine directly or by accumulation. Bladder cancer spreads easily to other parts of the body. In men, the prostate and semen sacs, and in some cases the urethra (urinary canal), are removed. In women; the uterus, ovarian tubes, ovaries and part of the vagina and the surrounding lymph nodes can be removed.

When is the decision for Radical Cystectomy Surgery made?

  • Cancer that starts in or near the bladder and grows rapidly by surrounding the entire bladder
  • If a tumor has formed in the bladder that is too dense to be removed by closed surgery,
  • Treatment of bladder cancers in which excessive pain and bleeding increase

Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer It is a malignant tumoral formation that occurs as a result of an abnormal and uncontrolled increase of prostate gland cells, which are part of the male reproductive system. It is the most common type of cancer in men. It is the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths.

The likelihood of prostate cancer increases in men over 50 years of age.

When the progression of the disease is evaluated, a different progression can be seen than many types of cancer. Prostate cancer has an insidious form of progression, it can remain dormant for years without a symptom. Symptoms often begin to appear in the later stages of the disease. For this reason, it is necessary to have regular check-ups for early diagnosis, especially after the age of 40. About half of men in their 50s usually carry cancer cells in their prostates.

Since prostate cancer is a slow-moving tumor, it can spread to bones and other organs when the patient is not diagnosed.

Kidney Cancer (radical, partial nephrectomy)

The kidneys are the organs that filter harmful substances in the blood and produce urine. The task of the kidneys is to clear minerals such as excess water and salt from the body. The inability of the kidney to perform its normal functions and the formation of malignant tumors in the kidneys as a result of its abnormal growth is called kidney cancer. "Partial nephrectomy" is a treatment for kidney cancer. Treatment It varies according to the stage of the disease, the place where the tumor is formed and its size. In cases where the tumor is too large, the kidney is completely removed. However, in newly formed small tumors, there is no need to remove the entire kidney. In such cases, only the tumor is removed and the other part of the kidney is left in place. This procedure is called a partial nephrectomy.

Kidney Stones (Percutaneous and Flexible URS) 

The hard structure formed by the combination of some minerals in the kidney canals is called kidney stones. Kidney stones accumulate as a result of the inability to excrete salts and minerals through the urinary tract and adhere to that area and form kidney stones. Percutaneous and Flexible; The patient is entered through the urethra (urinary canal) channel without an incision. A thin guide wire is inserted and a sheath called an "access sheet" is inserted into the ureter and through it the flexible ureteroscope is advanced towards the kidney. The stone is seen in the camera and then the 230 micron thick laser wire is advanced through the flexible ureteroscope to contact the stone and the stone is broken. The broken pieces are broken down by surgical operation until they become grains of sand.

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