Urology and kidneys

Urology is the surgery of the urinary tract and the male genital tract. Some pathologies can be treated surgically:

> Pathologies of the kidney
benign tumors, mainly cystic and malignant tumors, usually solid and cancerous.

  • Kidney cyst
  • Kidney cancer
  • Other pathologies: lithiasis and urinary, renal, ureteral and bladder stones, prolapse of the lower urinary tract and bladder. One of the frequent circumstances of the diagnosis is nephritic colic corresponding to the migration of a stone in the ureter that it obstructs.

> Pathologies of the bladder

  • Benign tumor of the bladder
  • Cancer of the bladder

> Pathologies of the prostate :

  • Prostate adenoma,
  • Cancer of the prostate
  • Infectious pathology of the prostate and prostatitis

> Testicular pathologies
Urinary pathologies related to cancer are discussed in a multidisciplinary consultation meeting (RCP) in the presence of urological surgeons, anatomopathologists, nephrologists, intensive care anesthetists and oncologists.

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Different treatments are considered for the management of urological diseases

Kidney surgery

In case of solid renal tumor, due to the high cancer risk, surgical removal is essential. This removal can be limited to the tumor (lumpectomy or partial nephrectomy) or total (enlarged nephrectomy).
Renal surgery is performed by laparoscopic or robot-assisted laparoscopy or by surgical approach. The hospitalization time varies from 5 to 8 days.

Other pathologies :

Lithiasis diseases and urinary, renal, ureteral, bladder stones, lower urinary tract and bladder prolapse. The treatment is based on following hygienic rules, possible nephrological management and sometimes surgical treatment, which consists of the removal of the stone by endoscopy.

Surgery of the bladder

The presence of a polyp requires its removal. This operation is performed under general anesthesia or rachi anesthesia. A cancerous or infiltrating polyp requires an additional workup (CT scan and scintigraphy) and a total bladder removal surgery (cystectomy) if there is no metastasis. This major surgery requires a complete preoperative workup (anesthetic, cardiological and nutritional) in order to carry out the procedure in the best conditions. This operation may be associated with chemotherapy.

Treatment of prostate cancer

The different types of treatment used are:

  • watchful waiting or active surveillance
  • surgery (conventional, minimally invasive, robotic)
  • Radiation therapy
  • Hormone therapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Immunotherapy
  • Testicular surgery

In case of testicular tumor, surgical treatment consists of removal of the testicle or orchiectomy.


Surgyone offers you a medical supervision by state-of-the-art teams (combining organ specialists, specialized surgeons, anesthesiologists, anatomical pathologists and specialized oncologists).

The surgical or endoscopic techniques required to manage your pathology are part of the current surgical excellence (conventional surgery, minimally invasive surgery, robotic surgery, interventional endoscopy).

In the context of the management of cancer-related pathologies, all decisions will be taken during multidisciplinary consultation meetings related to this pathology.

SurgyOne helps you with the following pathologies :

> Pathologies of the prostate

  • Prostate adenoma
  • Cancer of the prostate
  • Infectious pathology of the prostate and prostatitis 

> Pathologies of the kidney 

  • Kidney cyst
  • Kidney cancer 

> Pathologies of the bladder

  • Benign tumor of the bladder 
  • Cancer of the bladder 

> Lithiasis and urinary stones 

  • Kidney stones 
  • Ureteral stones
  • Bladder stones 

> Lower urinary tract and bladder prolapse 

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