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At the Department of Urology of Kothari Medical Centre, we provide cutting-edge diagnostics and surgical procedures for medical cases ranging from kidney stones and urinary tract infections to prostate cancer and bladder diseases. Our urology department offers the best standard of care, helping people to recover control over their urological health.


Services Offered

Kidney Stone Management

Treatments offered by urologists include medical management, extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL), ureteroscopy with stone removal or fragmentation, and percutaneous nephrolithotomy (minimally invasive removal of big kidney stones).

Prostate Health

PSA screening for prostate cancer as well as the diagnosis, treatment, and continuous care of disorders affecting the prostate such as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), prostatitis, and prostate cancer.


Specialised care is offered for men's sexual and reproductive health, including the identification and management of erectile dysfunction, male hormone imbalances, and other sexual health issues. Treatment is also offered for Female Urogenital problems.

Paediatric urology

Pediatric urologists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of urological issues in kids, including congenital abnormalities of the urinary tract, undescended testes, bedwetting, UTI infections, and hypospadias (a birth defect affecting the penis).

Oncology and Cancer Care

Urologists and oncologists collaborate closely to provide thorough treatment for urogenital cancers, such as prostate, bladder, kidney, testicular, and penile cancer.

Continence and Voiding Dysfunction

Disorders involving urine incontinence, hyperactive bladder, neurogenic bladder, and voiding dysfunction are treated.

Urology Specialists

Why Choose Us

Why choose us?

  • At Kothari, only cutting-edge medical equipment that has been certified by the US FDA is allowed to be purchased, regardless of price or quality.
  • The Department is proud to have the most recent ESWL (Lithotripsy) machine for treating stones as well as the uroflowmetry lab for diagnosing urinary issues.
  • Urological malignancies are treated collaboratively by full-time expert surgeons and oncologists who treat patients utilizing the least invasive methods.
  • The department has a Versa Pulse Power Suite Holmium Laser System, a versatile surgical tool regarded as a must-have for urologists.
  • The department works as a cohesive team with interdisciplinary interactions between Urologists, Nephrologists and Medical Oncologists.


Conditions like urinary tract infections, kidney stones, prostate issues, bladder disorders, urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, and urologic cancers such as bladder, kidney, and prostate cancer are treated by the urology department.

If you are experiencing frequent urination, blood in urine, difficulty urinating, urinary incontinence, kidney stones, sexual dysfunction, or any other urologic issues.

To identify and treat urologic diseases, urologists conduct a variety of tests and procedures. Typical examples include:

  • Urine samples are examined for indications of infection or other anomalies using urine analysis and urine culture.
  • The urinary system, kidneys, and other structures can be seen via ultrasound, a CT scan, or an MRI.
  • Cystoscopy is a procedure that looks at the bladder and urethra by inserting a tiny tube with a camera into the urethra.
  • Blood test is conducted for PSA, which is used to check for prostate cancer.
  • Urodynamic testing for evaluating urine flow and bladder capacity.
  • Surgery for urologic cancer, prostatectomy, bladder repair, and the removal of kidney stones.

The doctor will normally inquire about your medical history, symptoms, and any medications you are currently taking during a visit to the urologist. If required, they might do a physical examination that includes a genital and rectal exam. The doctor may prescribe additional tests or imaging investigations to help with the diagnosis, depending on your situation. The urologist will review the findings with you after evaluating them and will then suggest an appropriate course of action.

Yes, there are several lifestyle changes and hygiene of genitalia along with perineum that can help improve urologic health. These include:


  • Maintaining hydration by consuming enough water daily to support the health of the urinary system.
  • Maintaining a balanced diet that contains lean proteins, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.
  • Limiting your intake of alcohol, coffee, and spicy foods because they can irritate your bladder.
  • Frequent physical activity can help to improve overall health and lower the risk of urologic disorders.
  • Putting an end to smoking, which can raise the risk of kidney and bladder cancer.

Managing stress levels because persistent stress can affect urologic health

Yes, urological surgery includes a variety of procedures and is frequently performed. Laparoscopic or robotic-assisted operations are examples of minimally invasive procedures, although more conventional open surgery may be necessary for others. Prostatectomy (prostate removal), nephrectomy (kidney removal), cystectomy (bladder removal), as well as procedures for urine incontinence and erectile dysfunction, are common urological surgery.

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